I have a set of Lund arched folding ramps and they are the best. Not cheap but I’d buy them again. I’ve used them for about 6 years to load a golf cart in the bed of my truck. The arch makes loading a lot better than straight ramps but you pay a little more for that. https://www.summitracing.com/search/product-line/lund-duraloader-arched-folding-ramps
Michelin’s drive nice for sure. Had them on a few of our vehicles including my wife’s Yukon Denali. I think they have figured out the issue with sidewall cracks that we had a few years ago with the LTX m/s on several sets. But I will say my Coopers are just as smooth as any Michelin tire we’ve had over the years...
I had Revo 2 on a Nissan Pathfinder many years back and really liked them. I have Cooper Discoverer AT3 on my 2500 currently and love them. Very quiet and are wearing well evening towing a 33’ camper from MD as far down south as FL. Would buy them again without hesitation...
It truly only matters what you think. I don’t think it would look stupid. 18” wheels with 35” tires will look much better than if you had even smaller wheels. 20” wheels with 35” tires may look a little bit better but with the wheels only being a year old I wouldn’t buy new ones.
The 1500 Standard Box 6'6" bed isn't a unicorn truck around here but definitely not as common as the short box. My local dealer has 5 of the standard box in the Denali Trim. 4 are 2018s and 1 is a 2019. Like you I have a '07 LBZ Duramax with just over 100k miles. Still in great shape but I may not be towing as much as I do now in the near future. If that's the case I may find myself selling the LBZ and getting a 6.2L 1500 Standard Box.
What dealers are you seeing these prices at? My local dealer has a few Denali Ultimates listed online for $51k. Not sure if you could talk them down some more in person and this is before taxes, tags etc... I don't like the look of the '19s and would buy a '18 if I was in the market.
I see your going with the edge, but I would have recommended Black Bear Performance. They offer tunes tailored to your truck. Had them tune my last gas truck back around 2013 and was completely happy. Actually received excellent customer service from them within the last week even though I haven't purchased anything since 2013. Check them out some time... http://www.blackbearperformance.com/
SouthCo replied to Immaculate Reflections's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsYou said your problem is not tailgaters but people with high beams on behind you. Having a dark rear tint will solve that problem. I have 5% tint on my rear window and have had high beams behind me and they are dimmer than regular lights with the factory tint. Seems like you want to shine back and not just deal with the light... Even my little commuter sedan with rear tint takes care of high beamers behind me. Just saying.....
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