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My red 2015 has been traded(couldnt go as low as i wanted with 4wd). So here is my 2017 2wd with the same wheels and tires.

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Does anyone know what time of year Discount typically runs the $100 off $400+ tire purchase?

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Didn't want to start a new thread but I searched all over this one. Will the Method NV 17x8.5 w/0 offset with 285/70 BFG A/T work with stock height suspension (4x4 crew cab)? Or would I be better off going with the 275/70-17 BFGs for stock height suspension?

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Planning on a lift for a 2015 Silverado LTZ 2wd... anyone have any suggestions? Thanks

 

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Falken at3w's 275/60-20

Method Race The Standard 20x9's

 

Installing Friday, just in time for the Chicagoland NASCAR races!

 

 

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Falken at3w's 275/60-20

Method Race The Standard 20x9's

 

Installing Friday, just in time for the Chicagoland NASCAR races!

 

 

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I think you'll really like the Falken's. Great manners on the road and quiet too! Too quiet for me really as I like the hum of a aggressive tire. Mine are wearing very good so far. Trying to figure out how many miles are on them since I took them off my 2011 and put them on my'15.

Definitely need to see pics of your truck when you get them mounted. I'm looking for a set of aftermarket wheels for my truck but I'm leaning towards 18x9 with mud tires and keeping the 20's and Falken's for a extra set.

 

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I think you'll really like the Falken's. Great manners on the road and quiet too! Too quiet for me really as I like the hum of a aggressive tire. Mine are wearing very good so far. Trying to figure out how many miles are on them since I took them off my 2011 and put them on my'15.

Definitely need to see pics of your truck when you get them mounted. I'm looking for a set of aftermarket wheels for my truck but I'm leaning towards 18x9 with mud tires and keeping the 20's and Falken's for a extra set.

 

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My dad had them on his 150, for the price you cannot beat them. They are eating up the Cooper atp/at3 market.

 

 

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I had the Cooper ATP which is similar to the AT3 and it was a great time. The Falken's even better though. I think they need better product advertising because most buyers don't know about them. They're a great alternative to the more expensive BFG. I wanted the KO's at first but we're not available in a P metric just a heavy and rough riding LT.

 

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Didn't want to start a new thread but I searched all over this one. Will the Method NV 17x8.5 w/0 offset with 285/70 BFG A/T work with stock height suspension (4x4 crew cab)? Or would I be better off going with the 275/70-17 BFGs for stock height suspension?

It won't

 

 

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It won't

 

 

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What about with smaller tires?

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I just ticked 20,000 on my falken wildpeaks at3w. I love em and will definitely recommend them.

 

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What about with smaller tires?

Stock height you can only run stock size tires, especially with a 0 offset wheel.

 

 

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What about with smaller tires?

 

Add a leveling kit and you can run 295/70R17s

 

It's not a huge expense, rides fine and if you don't you'll always wish you had done it and gotten bigger tires.

 

The NV's really look awesome with 285 or 295s on them.

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My dad had them on his 150, for the price you cannot beat them. They are eating up the Cooper atp/at3 market.

I agree completely. I've had Cooper AT3's before, and they were great tires, but I went with the Falkens this time around. I liked the aggressive sidewall and large tread blocks of the Falken better than the Cooper, and the price was very similar.

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That's a nice set-up man. See the wheels are 17's, what are you running from a level/life perspective ?

 

 

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