my dad's 2015 sierra slt duramax had the windshield replaced (huge stone chip that spread two ways across the windshield), driver door/rear driver door/taillight/driver side box/driver tow mirror all replaced/painted from a deer that wiped out the entire side of his truck, and the driver side window (rock thrown and shattered his side window) all within the first 10,000 km of brand new. I think his truck spent more time in the autobody than in his garage for the first year.
thanks! These are actually only 275/60/20. I had a set of 295/60's from my LML but they were too big on this truck. They fit besides minor rub in reverse on my LML but that was leveled and didn't ride very nice. The new truck rides so nice stock that I didn't want to make any changes to the front end , hence the 275/60. Happy with the look and even happier that they fit with no modification.
Just sharing my experience with my 2018 Silverado HD. With 20x9 wheels +18 offset and Nitto Exo Grappler 275/60/20 (measure 33.25x11), they fit with no rubbing on completely stock height. The tires come VERY close to rubbing on the thick gatorback mudflaps. Without the mudflaps (or maybe with a set of kickbacks), you may fit one size bigger tire with this offset wheel.
finally got the EXO grapplers late last week. Got a couple hundred km's on them and initial impression is I'm very pleased. Very smooth at all speeds, not overly noisy (slightly noisier than the Ridge Grapplers I had before). Did some highway and gravel driving. So far so good!
I have one that looks exactly like the JDiag one but its orange. Sometimes it's a bit of a fight to get the right angle/approach to learn but most time it learns quick. I've used it on Goodyear Duratracs and Nitto Ridge Grapplers (both 10 ply E Load) on a duramax successfully.
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hooked onto my camper for the first time with the new truck. Its 35ft long and weighs around 7900lb dry. The L5P hardly notices it behind! I just put on a set of air lift bags in the rear and a new set of rims and tires since this pic. Can't wait to go camping
can any one of you guys that put on the Exo grapplers give an update on how the tires are doing? I had Ridge grapplers for a very short time on my last truck (liked the tires a lot) but am considering the Exo grappler for my new rig. I like the fact that the Exo claim to be more for heavy duty trucks and I'll be towing a camper regularly. The tread depth is also over 2/32 more than the Ridge grappler from new. Thanks in advance
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