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What tires come with the 2014 Sierra SLT All Terrain?


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Hey guys, have a 2014 Sierra SLT All Terrain on order that has the 20inch rims. I won't get it for at least another 7 weeks and was wondering what kind of tires come with it from the factory? What brand are they? Do they have a look like they would be good in snow? Are they winter rated? whats your opinion? Just wondering since I'll be getting the truck just before the snow comes. I live in southern Canada and we don't get crazy amounts but a couple feet here and there which makes for slick roads sometimes.. Appreciated all replies.. Thank you.

 

- Al

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The trucks come with an "All Season" Goodyear SRA basically passenger car tires. My dealer bought my crappy tires back from me for $500 and I put some Nitto Terra Grapplers on the truck because we bet a lot of snow in SD.

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The trucks come with an "All Season" Goodyear SRA basically passenger car tires. My dealer bought my crappy tires back from me for $500 and I put some Nitto Terra Grapplers on the truck because we bet a lot of snow in SD.

I don't think terra grapplers will better than the stock wranglers in the snow. The Goodyears have sipes, nittos don't that I can recall.

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Thanks guys, all great tips.. For those of you who get snow during winter, what snow tires do you recommend...

I ran handbook icebears on my previous car- a 360rwhp Pontiac G8, and they did pretty well but were a "high performance" snow tire that also did well on dry pavement/cornering. I switched to Bridgestone blizzaks and they were even better in the snow/ice/cold but just average in drier milder conditions.

 

I would imagine a truck w/ blizzaks would be unstoppable in the snow

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Michelin ats m/s II. Best tire on the market. That's what I'm going to run when my new SLT, ZL1 double cab, 6.2 arrives.

This is true, until their half life(@30,000mi.) then their not so good in snow . JMHO

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I have the SR-A's on my All Terrain. I really don't mind them. I have about 7400 miles on them now and they hardly look used.

 

They are quiet and ride nice. If I ever need extra traction in wet conditions auto 4 works perfect. in the winter 4hi was needed in snow, but I got around just fine.

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