I was in the same boat as you and the choices are very few options if you do not want a SL or LT E rated tire. If you want to something bigger than SL, but do not want an LT tire....than you want an XL tire. I have run XL rated on my last 4 trucks and find them the best compromise between SL and LT tires. Almost the same weight as an SL tire but extra strength in the sidewall for towing and stability. I was in the same situation as you and just got Nitto Ridge Grappler 276/60/20 XL tires (they also make them in LT in that size) and I love them so far. They look a bigger than the Trail Runner ATs and definitely more aggresse. Look like what the AT4 should of came with. If you want something less aggressive they also make their other AT tire, the Terra Grappler G2 in the XL rating. There are very few XL tires in that size, others being Cooper LTZ and I believe a highway tread tire in the General Grabber H series (I think). The only other option is Hankook AT, BFG KO2 and General Grabber ATx are all made in D instead of having to go to an E rated tire. I will try and get a pic for you and post it here.
I actually have the tool from Amazon due to me changing from Winter to summer wheels on my truck. The GM sensors are much more expensive purchased from the dealer than when ordered with a truck. Only $50.00 option if ordered, Was hoping to find someone with he GM ones they didn't need and wanted to sell. I can purchase aftermarket for around $80-$90, but was hoping for real GM, not aftermarket. Thanks.
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Absolutely agree. My '18 Denali had the 5.3 w/ 8 speed and when upgrading to a '21 I had my heart set on the 3.0 or the 6.2. I drove them all, BUT once I test drove the 5.3 with the 10 speed I felt like it was a totally different engine compared to my '18. Very happy with the 5.3....now!
<Coming Monday Ridge Grappler 35x11.5 What tires are on it now? In the 2nd pic they already look like Ridge Grapppler's. Are the Ridge Grappler's going to be LT or the XL Load range? Looking to do the same on my stock 20s.
Just called to cancel and asked about Costco/Onstar discount for Remote Access. She just kept reading multiple discounts available and I asked about a prepay for one year and she offered me $68.20 for a year subscription, which works out to about 5.68 month. I could of signed up for a 2 or 3 year for $8:13 month, but I took the 1 year....for now.
I have the same CK160s wheels but did not fit my AT4 due to the calipers. Did you puts spacers? What size? Do you have any more pics showing the stance or how much the wheels stick out past the fenders.
Looks Awesome! I think the BFGs are D rated LTs. I am Curious how the LT tires compare to the Ps that came with your truck as I would like to do the same. Would you mind sharing your experience with them regarding weight, ride, and gas mileage?
Could you please elaborate on these tires as I am thinking of going the same route. Mainly concerned about the ride of the D rated vs the P rated OEM tires. weight and fuel mileage. I really love the way the truck is now....except I tow a camper during the summer months and am unsure about the OEM tires!
Where do you go that needs chains? Could you please elaborate on these tires as I am thinking of going the same route. How about the ride with the D rated vs the P rated OEM tires. Much harsher of a ride difference?
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