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  1. Hey all, I'm back in a Chevy finally! I come from the prerunner/ high speed offroad side of things and have been building, buying, and selling a few dedicated offroad toys recently. Decided to take a break and finally got back into a Silverado and I love it so far. Thought I'd take the time to share with you my experience during these past 3 weeks of owning a 2018 Silverado. I picked up a 2wd LT 5.3L crew cab in white and the parts ordering began immediately! Of course, I had to have the aggressive offroad look so I went with the following parts: 35" BF Goodrich KM3 M/T Tires 17" Method NV Wheels King 3.0 Coilovers w/ Adjusters King 2.5 Rear Shocks w/ Adjusters Icon Uni-ball Upper Control Arms Cutting for the 35" tires proved to be quite a task since I wanted to make sure there was no contact at full bump and full lock. Although the suspension hadn't shown up, I still had to throw the new wheels and tires on! 35s on a stock Silverado just looks hilarious! TO BE CONTINUED BELOW:
  2. I have a 2014 GMC Sierra SLE and just put in a 2" Leveling kit. My truck came with BFG Wranglers 265/65/18 and I wanted to upgrade to BFG All Terrain TA KO 275/70/18. The problem is they only come in 10ply. I have heard with the new suspension you wouldn't really notice the difference but how rough would the 10 ply be?
  3. Quick question i ordered new wheels and tires I went with a 17 inch wheel and went from a 265/65 18 to a 275/70 17, I'm wondering if It will fit with out a level and minimal trimming? Picture of the wheel I ordered below
  4. From the album: OregonSilverado

    2015 LT Z71 Crew Cab 5.3L V8 K&N Intake 18" Black Rhino Warlord 33" BFG T/A K02 2" Level What's next? Any recommendations? I'm considering exhaust but looking for a compromise between increase in performance without too much noise. Also since I did the level I have thought maybe I should have gone 1" higher all around. Anyone want to weigh in on 1" spacers? What about a roll bar with light rack? Going for a clean look without overdoing it on accessories.
  5. I need help deciding for wheels and tires I dont want to cut on my truck to fit in wheels. I am looking at 265/65-18 bfg KO2 tires but cant decide if I want to stay with an 18 inch wheel. Would there be any benefit to going with a smaller wheel? Such as a 16 or 17? Also what's the max size tire I can fit with out having rubbing issues 33 Or smaller? Thanks
  6. Hey guys, I know this topic has probably been beat to death, but I was hoping to take it a little further. I have a 2015 Black Sierra Crew Cab with a 2" level. I'm going to be getting the BFG AT KO2's soon, and am trying to decide between the 275/60/r20 and the 275/65/r20. I think the 60's are 33" tires and the 65's are 34" tires, both with 10.8" width. I understand that both will fit fine. I would be very grateful if some of the guys running these tires/sizes (or even other tires) would be able to post some pics on this thread for comparison. I've seen some great looking trucks with those tires but can't decide between the two!
  7. Mornin' friends! I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado z71 and realized that the tires are too small/not aggressive enough. I took off the 265/65/18 tires and threw on some BFG AT KO2 275/70/18 tires. What's strange is that my average dropped from 18.8 to 13.7..........what!!!!!!??????!?!?!?!!!!! No way does this happen with this small of a tire change, no? Am I wrong?! Also, what should the PSI be? It says max 80 but I put 40 in it. Thanks much!
  8. SWMich

    02' Sierra

    From the album: 02' Sierra SLE

  9. I'm in need of a new set of tires on my 2014 GMC Sierra, I've decided on the BFG All Terrain KO2's. I've not decided on the size yet, I realize that I will lose some MPG's but I don't know how much the Fuel mileage will decrease. Does anyone have any experience with these tires in 275/65r20, 275/65/20 and the 285/55r20 sizes? I have 3.08 gears in the rear end if that helps.
  10. 2011+ GM 8 lug 22" Fuel Maverick Wheels TPMS Sensors installed 285/55R22 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T 70% tread remaining Traded truck in with factory 20's so no longer need these. Pic is my 2015 GMC 2500 with a leveling kit. No rub when turning or backing up and turning
  11. Finally upgraded the tires today and went with the BFG A/T KO2s 285/65R18 with the raised white letters. I was worried I would't like the white letters, but now I'm glad I went with those. Tell me what you guys think!
  12. Up for sale is: (4) KMC beadlock wheels (4) 265/70/17 BFG KO2 tires Load range E Price: $1200obo prefer not to separate. KMC wheels: - 17x8.5 - 6x139.7 - 0 offset wheel (4.75" backspacing) - 36 grade 8 bolts per wheel - great condition (needs some polishing due to some oxidation) - were mounted on my 2015 Silverado without modifications. - Also included is (4) 25920615 20923680 GM TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System Sensors OEM already mounted in the wheel to work with the 2015 tpms system KO2 Tires: - 265/70/17 (stock tire size for 2015 silverado, dont need to recal speedo) - Load Range E - No patches or holes in tires - Tires are in excellent condition - have 10K miles on them Thanks Blake 248-534-5066
  13. Hello All, Like many of you I have the stock 265/65/18 GY SRA's. I have already installed the Motofab 2.5" front only level, so I am looking to upgrade the tires. I love the look of the beefy AT's and MT's on the market (BFG A/T KO2's, Duratrac's, Toyo's, etc.). But, if I'm being honest with myself I'm not going to run the truck through the gauntlet, so I will likely never really need a heavy off-roader; nor do I need to make the sacrifice in mpg just for a look. I spend 90+% of my time in traffic, hauling the kid, or cruising the interstate from point A to B. I do mountain bike, kayak, ski, and pull a 19' boat. So the truck sees some service roads and boat ramps. I'm looking at the BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain seen here: Not to be confused with the crappy BFG Rugged Trails from back in the day. Does anyone have these on their truck? It does come in a P-metric and LT (the P can save weight). I was looking for a 275/70/18 AT, but I'm thinking about a 265/70/18 (32.6") Anyone running this size tire on a 2.5" level?
  14. Got my truck a few months ago and have been working on it since. Decided to go ahead and join the forum and post a couple pictures to get your thoughts on it and what I should do next. Completed Retrax Tonneau cover Line-X Bedliner OEM Running boards Magnaflow Performance Exhaust - dual rear S&B Cold Air Intake ProComp 2.25" Leveling Lift Diablo Intune I2 - stock 87 tune Fuel Offroad - Maverick wheels (Black & Milled) BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tire - 275/60r20 Next to be Completed Matte black bowtie replacements in front and rear Diablew Tune Would love your guys' thoughts on what I should do next?! Ryan
  15. The affected models include BFGoodrich's line of Commercial T/A All-Season, Commercial T/A All-Season 2, and Rugged Terrain T/A tires. The company is letting consumers know that the bead area of the tire may experience a rapid failure, resulting in complete loss of tire pressure. As you could imagine, losing all of your tire's air-pressure without warning usually results in a crash. Consumers who are using these recalled tires are asked to return to the shop where they were installed to receive absolutely free replacements. See this graphic to see if your tires are part of this recall Read the letter BFGoodrich is sending to owners of these recalled tires %5BPDF%5D
  16. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 8/31/2015 Michelin North America, producer of the BFGoodrich brand has announced a recall of approximately 104,000 light duty pickup tires. These non-original replacement tires (aka the vehicle did not come from the factory with them) are used on commercial light trucks, small RVs, heavy-duty vans, and some 3/4 & 1-ton trucks. The affected models include BFGoodrich's line of Commercial T/A All-Season, Commercial T/A All-Season 2, and Rugged Terrain T/A tires. The company is letting consumers know that the bead area of the tire may experience a rapid failure, resulting in complete loss of tire pressure. As you could imagine, losing all of your tire's air-pressure without warning usually results in a crash. Consumers who are using these recalled tires are asked to return to the shop where they were installed to receive absolutely free replacements. See this graphic to see if your tires are part of this recall Read the letter BFGoodrich is sending to owners of these recalled tires [PDF]
  17. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com & AutoInsane.com 3/2/2015 While spending a lot of our time here at GM-Trucks.com, Josh and I also have a lot of fun writing stories for autoinsane. In January we were invited to watch the first Red Bull Signature Series Event of 2015. Four wheel drive trucks racing on ski slopes? We knew it was going to be a good time and so we grabbed our video cameras and headed north.
  18. Im looking into getting some new tires size 275/70/18. BFG All Terrain T/A KO are my first choice based on looks and reviews. But i noticed that the 275/70/18 size is not snowflake rated while most other sizes are. It snows where I live so snow performance is somewhat important to me. The tires dont have to be incredible in snow but difinetly much better than stock... Should i worry about this size not having the snowflake rating? Im assuming they will perform very close to the BFG sizes that do have the snowflake but I really dont know. Can anyone help me out with this? Or anyone with these exact tires tell me how they perform in winter conditions? Thanks!
  19. I am looking to purchase some new tires. I drive a 2012 GMC Sierra SLE 4x4. Along with the tires I am going to get the 2.25 in ReadyLift Level Kit. So i am pretty sure I can fit 285/65/18. Stock wheels. I had the chrome packsage so it is the chrome wheels, im not a huge fan of chrome so I actually painted the mirros and handles back to the truck color. (photo attached). I have owned a pair of BFG ATs on a Jeep and I loved them, I also owned a pair of Mickey Thompsons on a reg cab WT and they looked great (photo attached)... but you had to rotate them religously or they would wear uneven. Reading other posts Nitto Terra Grapplers seam popular, along with BFG AT, Cooper, and I read some things on Toyo ATII. I drive 85% highway. to and from the formal prison (work) and then typically deer or waterfowl hunting or helping work on the farm on the weekends. I get into some mud and snow.. I live in Missouri, but I defintely want something that will do good in the rain on the highway. I had Firestone Destination AT -terrible in the rain and snow. Any suggestions are appreaciated. Thanks!!
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