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By Shawn Ellis
Is anyone running KYB Mono Max shocks on the rear of their 1/2 ton? I'm kinda set on KYB but between the Gas-A-Just and the Mono Max... I haul and tow probably once a week so I want something a little firmer but don't want to bounce around when unloaded. I have read some great reviews on the Mono Max but most of them were written by 3/4 ton owners.
Have the 6.2/10 speed AT4 with 18" duratracs. Will be doing a trip from Edmonton, AB to Halifax, NS and back, or Edmonton to Halifax to Florida, back to Edmonton this summer. Was thinking about swapping to some sort of highway tires and curious of what kind of fuel economy improvement ill see over the duratrac AT tires.
Okay, i recently bought a 2in leveling kit for my 2017 silverado 1500 ltz and ive been doing some research before i get put on. i keep seeing people saying that you need to replace your shocks with larger one? and suspension system? Is this really true for just a 2in leveling kit? and if so how big of shocks do i need and what suspension parts need upgraded too..
From what I can tell by searching this is either a series 27 or 50. Actually the wheels look identical to me so I’m not sure what the difference is between the 2 series.
From what I can tell this wheel has been discontinued and it is not in my budget to buy 5 new wheels!!!
My question is does it have to be a fancy wheel? I don’t know much about these lifts and wheels and offsets but can I just buy a cheap steel wheel that will fit and throw a tire on it?
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By David Geldert
Hello Everyone! I am a relative new member who just leased a 2019 Silverado RST 4x4 at the end of November. It is my first pick up truck and I love it so far. The truck came with the stock 18 inch wheels with Michelin Primacy LTX 265/65R18 tires.
The tires have been great on the highway but I have had some slight issues already in the snow and ice. I am relatively new to All terrain tires but I would like to swap my tires for a mild all terrain. I was also thinking of going up a tire size, maybe to a 275/65R18 or a 275/70R18. Would going to a 275 tires cause an issues for the stock suspension or my speedometer? Should I just upgrade to an all terrain and stay at the 265 size?
I am going to be mostly driving on the highway and around town. But I will be driving in the snow and ice during the winter months. I would also be towing a pop up camper / possibly driving the truck on gravel / dirt but no serious off roading.
From my research I am considering the Nitto Terra Grappler G2's, the Falken WildPeak AT3W and the Toyo Open Country A/T2. If anyone could provide any advice or information I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you ahead of time.
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