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  1. I understand there are lots of tire threads on here as I have been through most of them on this forum, I am simply looking for anybody who might be running 285/65/18 Cooper Discoverer XLT's on a non leveled completely stock 14-18 Silverado? The tire size is only slightly bigger than what would be on the 285/45/22 option Chevy offers in these years so I am just looking to see if there is anyone out there who can confirm this setup would work. https://tiresize.com/comparison/
  2. Yeah, I know. ANother tire thread. Ugh. But before you shoot me, I've got a slightly different kinda tire issue... Well, my Goodyear SRA's bit the dust, so after a bunch of research, I decided on a set of Falken Wildpeak A/T3W in 275/65R18. I have now been back to Discount Tire three times for a constant vibration problem that will just not go away. DT has been awesome, no issue with them. I really had high hopes for these tires (they are SOOO much better in the rain than the SRA's), but they're just not working for me. I'm thinking one of them is out of round, though a couple of them took (what I thought was) a lot of weight to balance out, over 6oz. This is my 2nd set of Falken tires (had them on a Focus a number of years ago), so I've lost confidence in them. Anyhow... Discount Tire has offered to take them back and get me into another tire. I think I have narrowed it down to 2 different ones, trying to stay in my budget. I don't need a LT tire, to heavy for my needs. I think the choices that fit me the best are: Cooper Discoverer AT3 Nitto Terra Grappler G2 I want an AT tire, but the BFG KO2's are out of my price range. I've ruled out a couple of others for one reason or another, so I'm leaning more towards the Nitto. Opinions? Thoughts?
  3. Hi everyone Up for sale is my beloved 2014 Silverado. 4x4 Double Cab Z71 It is professionally lifted 9" with a McGaughys lift, 35" Cooper STT Pro tires on 20x10 Fuel Coupler wheels (85-90% tread left) This truck has been extremely reliable. I purchased it from Chevrolet of Milford certified used and it is still under the factory warranty It turns a lot of heads and I receive a ton of compliments everywhere I go. Clean title 47,xxx miles. Asking $32,500 OBO. I am negotiable on the price and willing to work out a deal. In addition to the lift, other very nice add-ons were installed. LTZ projector headlights with 5000k Morimoto HIDs (almost pure white light) Tri-fold tonneau cover Volant performance exhaust. Phillips 6000k LEDs in the cargo light and reverse lights. OEM all weather floor mats Tow mirrors running boards (removable-3m stick on) bumpershells gloss black front bumper cover should you want to return to the chrome bumper. Other than that, the truck has been well maintained. I am selling due to the fact my wife and I carpool to work and this gets driven no more than once a week. It is no longer necessary to have two vehicles at this point. the truck will also come with all of the stock components should you desire to return it back to stock. I made sure to keep all of the parts after the shop installed the lift. I also have the stock mirrors, stock floor mats, and stock halogen headlights and stock goodyear tires, antennae and mudflaps. Again, I really wanted to have nearly all of the stock pieces readily available. The motor is untouched and untuned. Zero done there. Cosmetically there are a few small dings and very minor scratches. Nothing major in the least bit Please enjoy the pics. Here to answer all questions and send more pics and videos as requested. I also have the GM build sheet of the truck as well
  4. Hey guys, Just wanted to see what y'all thought about this price I've been quoted for a 6.5" Zone Lift for my 2015 Silverado 1500, 20x10 -12 offset Maverick Wheels and 35x12.5 Cooper S/T Maxx Tires. Total cost for all of it including mounting / balancing tires, shipping costs, and lug nuts all for $3700 even. Brand NEW! Let me know what yall think. Should I pull the trigger?
  5. Looking for opinions on tire options for my wife's 2015 GMC SLT ccsb. She commutes to work about 90 miles round trip 4 days a week. She is currently running the stock SRA Wranglers 275 55 20's and her truck has a 2 inch rc level. We live out in the country and she does drive some gravel and off road for hunting purposes, but majority of the use is on the pavement. Her stock tires have about 19,000 miles on them and are over half worn and I'm thinking we better get a new set by winter. Plus I hate the look of those tires. Anyways, I am running 285 55 20 Hankook Dynapro's (10 ply) on my '16 GMC with the 2 inch level. I absolutely love them, 11,000 miles and still look brand new. I do drive a lot more gravel than she does and I haul various equipment from time to time and need the 10 ply tires. Right now I'm averaging 18.1 for my total mileage and she's averaging 18.0 with the stock tires. Our trucks both have the 5.3 engine but mine has the 8 speed and hers the 6 speed. My question is should I get her the 275 60 tire since she does more commuting or just go with the 10 ply? The 10 plys did stiffen up my ride quality a hair but it really doesn't bother me and I only lost 1 mpg in town and no loss with HWY mpg's. However, will the 10 ply's completely smoke her fuel economy since she has the 6 speed compared to my 8 and will she be sick of them on the commute? The way things are going right now with my tires I will probably get 60,000+ miles out of them, will the 275 60 last her 50,000-55,000 miles or will the off road use wear them out fast? Really just wanting a good A/T tire that's not going to hurt her fuel economy and last a really long time. If I go with the 10 ply I will get the Hankooks as well but the 275 60 I am open to any and all suggestions. Thanks for your help.
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  10. I'm looking to sell my current tire/wheel setup to upgrade to a bigger setup. Rims: XD Hoss 17x9 black finish bolt pattern 139.7 6 lug, just purchased in October, look like new Tires: Cooper Discoverer 285/75/17 ATP Load E (10ply) with 85% tread left, these tires only have around 9,000 miles on them. I paid around $2000 for this at discount tire, I'm looking to get $1500. Please only serious inquiries, msg me if you're interested, Im located in West Texas area
  11. Looking for feedback on the Cooper at3. Wear and snow traction etc. thinking about getting a set this week for my 2012 crew 4x4. I'm also thinking about getting a slightly larger size. 275/70/17 instead of stock 265/70/17. Both 6-ply. Think I'll notice any difference in power/mpg? I know it's only a slight bump in size, but I'm pretty sure I only have 3.08 gears with the 6 speed tranny. I appreciate any input.
  12. 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!!
  13. Big Whiskey


    2" Zone Offroad lift kit, LT275/65/18C Cooper Discoverer AT3, Moto Metal 951 18x9 +18 offset
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