I had Timbers on my last 14 sierra and while they worked well when towing I did not like the ride they gave. On smooth roads they were fine but you hit a pot hole or ruff patch of road and when they hit the axel you get a good jolt/jar that I did not like. I have been looking into supersprings https://www.supersprings.com/shop/ssa28/ I might give theses a try this time around. I tow a lot and would like the extra stability they say they offer.
I just got a 19 Sierra AT4 and was reading the manual (I know read the directions right hahaha) and it said to use the original usb-c cord the phone came with as aftermarket cords my not work. Just a thought that might be worth a try.
Thank you I'll have to check it out. Edit. I do not have a plug in the location so I guess I do not have an block heater. Wish I did. Now that is 2 of my last trucks originally sold in MN that did not have a block heater. Thanks again for the help.
I just got a used 19 AT4 and was wondering if there was an engine block installed. It was -28 the other morning and the truck started but it did not want too. Where would I look to see if there was one installed. It looks like it only kicks in at -17. Let say I plugged it in and it was only -10 out but the low was to be -20 would it automatically start when it hit -17? Thanks for the help
I have about 60,000 miles on my duratracs and looking into another set. I have them on a 1500 sierra 275/55 R20. I would like get them in load E but they do not make load E's in the stock size. I tow a lot and while my current druatracs work they feel squishy while tow my 7500lbs fish house. I have them pumped up to max psi @ 51 also. I really like them and have been a great tire for me. Great winter traction in deep snow which is key for me off-roading on the lake with the fish house while ice fishing. I rotate every 5,000 miles is the key to getting the life out of these tires. I am also loo
I will be looking into these as well when my Duratracs wear out. These are exclusive to Discount Tires I believe. Will see what the reviews will say in a couple years. The UltraTerrain almost look like a cross between a Druatrac and KO2.
I have the Duratracs and they were a huge improvement over the SRAs. I got the stock 20" size and have about 45,000 miles on them. I rotate every 5,000 as I got them at Discount Tries and they do it for free. I still have 11/32" tread left. They have gotten louder but not bad. I like the p-rating over the KO2 10 ply for the softer ride. I will be getting another set when these ware out. If all goes well I should be getting almost 80,000 miles out of them. Getting an alignment once a year helps also.
I have over 40,000 on my 275/55-20 P rated Duratracs on my 14 AT Sierra. I rotate every 5,000 and keep psi around 37 summer, 40 winter when not towing and 50 when towing. I have 11/32" tread left. I am thinking of going to a E load rating when I need new tires for my towing I do but they do not make a duratrac in stock size in load E that I am aware of.
I just did this on Saturday and I used Amsoil 75w-90 in both the front and rear diff. I got the easy squeeze container and they worked pretty well, no need for a pump. I also did the transfer case with Amsoil ATF but had to use a pump for that. Just a friendly tip to make sure to get the fill hole bolt out first before you drain the fluid. It took me a couple hours with no lift or jacking up the truck, yes a pain in the butt but its doable.
You could also look at replacing the front and rear diff fluid along with the transfer case fluid if you have auto 4x4. I just ordered Amsoil and I will be replacing them myself when I get some time. I just had my tranny fluid and filter replace yesterday on my 2014 for the second time. I have 80,000 miles on her now.
Replaced my crap SRA's at 30,000 started noticing traction loss in wet and snowy conditions. I still had half the tread left and felt they were ok tires until the half way point. I replaced them with Goodyear Duratracts in stock 22" rim size and have loved them. Have over 40,000 miles on the Duratracs and they still look new. I do rotate every 5,000 miles.
I am on my second OPT7 bar and it broke again. I will be sending it back again for other. Its still under the 2 year warranty. I will have to look at the Putco. I like the amber sequential turns of the OPT7. Will have to see if Putco has that option as well.
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