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  1. Anyone else mounted BFGoodrich KO2's on their Silverado? We just had these delivered yesterday. 50% of our dual rubber strategy. KO2's for winter/off-road and something else on our Chevrolet Performance 22's for the summer and highway. We stayed with the stock sizing the 20's. 275/60/R20 We LOVED the KO2's on our 2011 Sierra. It made the truck look so mean. I'll post after photos in a few weeks when we get them mounted!
  2. Hello all, This is my first post on the forum and I’m fairly new to the truck world. I just went from a barebones 2018 Colorado to a new 2020 Sierra SLT 4x4 with the 5.3L this week. A few questions I had right off the bat that I’m curious about is the off road modes on it. I don’t plan on doing much or any off-roading in it, and too be honest I’m not sure how capable it is not being an AT4. Anyway, I noticed it has an Off-Road mode on the mode dial but there’s also a button for a Terrain mode. I was curious about similarities and differences between the two. Also, how is the Sport mode? N
  3. John GorehamContributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com11-8-2018 General Motors made an unusual request today of GM-Trucks.com. Our contact at the Chevy Truck department asked us to report that GM is launching a new campaign to adjust the sensitivity of the airbags in the Chevy Colorado ZR2. This is a refreshing change from the industry standard practice of soft-pedaling recalls and product programs. Here is the unedited information we were asked to convey: As you are aware, there have been reports of Colorado ZR2 owners whose roof-mounted side airbags deployed while off-roading
  4. Zane Merva & Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com 3/6/2018 Here at GM-Trucks.com, we’ve spent a lot of time upgrading nearly every light bulb in Project Sierra to LED over the past two years. The change has been immense and the high-tech, clean crisp shine our truck now exhibits is one of our most noticeable and favorite upgrades. From brake bulbs to marker lights, interior lighting and replacement daytime running lights, we’ve been tapping Osram-Sylvania LED bulbs as a reliable product produced by one of the worlds largest automotive suppliers. The company offers a
  5. I have a 2016 GMC Sierra, with the "All-Terrain X" package, and I love it. As a factory package, it's not bad for light off-road use, and I consider it a good starting point. I get a LOT of compliments on the truck from strangers. However, if you know anything about off-road use, you can tell that the fairing on the front bumper is way too low for serious off-road use, since there's very little angle-of-attack for climbing over obstacles or going up steep hills. A few days ago I was involved in a minor traffic accident. It was not my fault, and fortunately, nobody was hurt. However, my
  6. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 5/15/2017 Last week we spent two days driving the all new 2017 Colorado ZR2. It was awesome and we'll have our first drive review coming up soon. In the meantime, it's important to understand what makes the ZR2 more than just a lifted Colorado with big tires. Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve, or DSSV for short, is a super high-tech shock technology found in motorsports and other really expensive supercars. It's also the heart of the new ZR2 and the first time this shock system has ever been used on a truck. It's also only the second time the
  7. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 11-16-2016 Chevy has given the all-new Colorado ZR2 off-road performance truck the green-light. The new truck brings many segment firsts, and Chevy is calling it "A Segment of One." Toyota's TRD Pro has been in this segment of one along with the Nissan Frontier Pro-4X for quite some time, so it will be a fun matchup to see which it crowned the favorite in comparison testing that is sure to follow the truck's media release. Without a doubt, the ZR2 is one of the GM truck line's most anticipated new products in many years. Before we hit the
  8. Hello all, I am Michael from NASCAR Wheels. We are a wheel manufacturer located in Dade City, Florida. Yes – our wheels are MADE IN AMERICA. I am here to introduce you all to our new line of licensed NASCAR Wheels. We currently offer a dual 6 spoke series (300) and a dual 8 spoke series (400). There are a total of 36 different wheel options. All of our wheels are 20” x 9”. We ALSO offer each wheel in three different offset options - +15, 0 and -15. We are giving you this rare opportunity to order directly from the manufacturer and get the exact wheel you want for your truck. I am also persona
  9. RiderSS

    denali princeton

    My '02 Sierra Denali at the trails end near the summit of Mt. Princeton (summit visible in background), in cental Colorado.
  10. I know the trucks are new but does anyone have any overlanding or longer off roading experience in the twins? I really like the looks and road manners of the Canyon but want to make sure it's capable for long adventures. Thanks for any help the collective group has to offer.
  11. By: Zane & Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com We all love our pickup trucks. No matter the job, our trusty Sierra has never let us down. Our only complaint is that a full-size truck is, well, full sized. There are some projects that need a smaller set of tools. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a “pickup truck for your property?” We’ve found out, there actually is. The Polaris RANGER. A new generation of off-road vehicles Growing up in New Hampshire we loved riding our 1990’s 300CC Arctic Cat ATV around the numerous logging trails, powerlines, and abandoned roads in the area. Needle
  12. Draw your own conclusions about the Edmunds interview. However, it may be good to keep in mind that GM has just trademarked the name "Badlands."
  13. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 3/12/2015 Edmunds.com recently asked GM's Global VP of Product Development, Mark Reuss, if he thought Chevy should take on the new Ford F-150 Raptor. Reuss replied that capital was limited, and that was not a priority. We all know that in business-speak that means "Nope ain't gonna happen." The interesting part of the exchange came next. Asked about the Chevy Colorado ZR2, Reuss replied "We showed the ZR2 and said we would like to do that." One might take from that Reuss meant "Heck-yeah!" Draw your own conclusions about the Edmunds
  14. Chevy adds the following other enhancements to the Trail Boss: G80 automatic locking rear differential Transfer case shield (on 4WD) Front recovery hooks Black, three-inch round rocker steps Spray-on bedliner Projector beam headlamps Front fog lamps All-weather floor mats with Z71 logo. The Colorado Z71 Trail Boss will be offered in extended and crew cab configurations, with a choice of a long or short cargo bed and available 4WD. Dealers will be taking orders soon for spring deliveries.
  15. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 3/6/2015 Chevrolet told GM-Trucks.com this week that fully 40% of all its trucks roll off dealer lots with some type of OEM suspension or tire upgrade. Therefore, it is no surprise that Chevy is continuing to bring out new packages for those customers that want to make their Colorado a bit more special. Today Chevy announced the Z71 Trail Boss Colorado. Chevy says the new Trail Boss will feature Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac 265/65R17 all-terrain tires and 17-inch dark argent metallic painted cast-aluminum wheels. The Trail Boss also ben
  16. This video by Polaris makes a strong case that what the CPSC is doing makes little sense and asks for your help. You can provide that help by clicking this link. Should you wish to hear the CPSC's side of things, this is a good place to start. If you are an enthusiast, now is the time to get your learn on and take a side. Otherwise, the choice will soon be made for you.
  17. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 2/19/2015 Over the past few years, off-road vehicle manufacturers of all things fun have been doing battle with our government. From the side of the manufacturers, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants to make changes that will have unintended consequences. Furthermore, the safety mandates are said to be untested and likely to make ATVs and ROVs less user-friendly. The government sees these vehicles as tippy death traps dying for seatbelt interlocks, a wider, lower stance, passive protections like side panels where doors would b
  18. Lingenfelter and Southern Comfort Automotive have teamed up to build a Raptor-fighting version of the Silverado: Features & options include: · Front clip restyling · High clearance bumper w/ skid plate · Integrated Rigid flood lights · LED running lights · Fox Racing suspension · Supercharger & engine tune · Corsa exhaust · 20" Reaper or 17" bead-lock wheels · 33" off-road tires · Rock Guard side steps · Aux switch panel · Custom gauge package · Custom stitched headrests · Custom exterior badging/graphics C
  19. Hey guys I've been debating installing an nfab rsp bumper and some pocket flares on my all terrain...what do you guys think? I'm not sure if it'll look retarded or not since I've only got a level and 33's...lemme know what you think
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