I have them on my truck and they produce a lot of noise but other than that they have great traction in dry conditions and fair to good traction in the rain. The shop didn't load up the wheel with weights so balancing seems to be good. I do like the look of them on the truck, they are very similar to the Toyo M/T but with a different shoulder blocking.
blue2003ls replied to 2009GMC's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500That looks great! How much would this cost installed at your shop?
The hose shouldn't be pinched like that and I would look into the wiring a little bit more to make sure they don't have too much stress on the connector. It also looks like there are a lot of zip ties where I wouldn't expect on the factory harness. It sill seems like a cool truck but I would do a little more research. Have you checked into the company that did all of the aftermarket work?
Looks great! I will be doing the same in the next couple of weeks. The body shop will be doing the tailgate handle, emblem and fender trim for $400. I did look at the 2014-2016 2500HD and it looks like the fenders match up perfectly to the 2016 1500 fenders. If anyone wants to confirm that the part number for the summit white fender trim is 22943038.
Unfortunately I don't think the filler piece between the fender and the bumper match up correctly. I am in the same boat as you and would really like to just order them and be done with it. I don't like the idea of driving around without the trim for a week while I am waiting for the body shop to smooth them out and spray them but that looks like the only option at the moment.
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