Hello, I have the Chevy Silverado 1500 4x4 with 265/70/17 tires. I’m am planning to get the General Grabber AT2 Tires. I have some questions, on the General site it said they won’t fit my truck, even though they are the same dimensions; 265/70/17. Does anyone here have those tires on the same truck or same body year? Just wondering if they fit and how they are. Also do you know if they are LT’s or P’s?
$2,000 + shipping
Just lifted my 2019 Trail Boss so these wheels and tires are for sale.
Bought these wheels/tires new April 28, 2019 and they have approximately 1,500 miles on them.
Wheels: 20" x 9" +1 Fuel Mavericks, 6 x 5.5
Tires: 305/55R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
TPMS Sensors are included.
Zero rubbing with no trimming in forward or reverse on my Trail Boss with a 1.5" Motofab leveling kit.
More Pictures coming tomorrow.
I need to replace the tires on my 2011 1500 SL 4x4 club cab.
I know the tpms is set at 40 psi. I was looking at load range C. I don’t haul a ton, just home improvement and maybe a smaller trailer.
I got got an offer that sounds very good on these:
I can get them just under $130. They are SL (I assume that is standard load). The max inflation is 44 psi.
Opinions? Thanks 🙏
As the title says, I need some advice from people who have lowered their trucks. It's a 2001 silverado 2wd stepside. I'm thinking of 20 or 22 inch rims but I dont want any rubbing. Max width would be great too cause I'm going to be twin-turboing it. Also this is my first truck so I don't want to be doing any fender tubbing or anything else permanent. Any help would be appreciated!
Edit: I haven't lowered it yet. Kinda forgot to mention that 😂
I searched for a thread that would provide some feedback on this, but did not find any actual comparison between the two tires. With that said, I would like to hear from those that have owned both of these tires and get their feedback. Could you tell a difference in ride quality? Did the R/T handle better? Did it wear down slower? Did your highway MPG improve?
Once I lifted my truck, I put on 35x12.5x20 Toyo M/T tires, and in all honesty I really have no complaints. With that said, if the R/T is a more functional daily driver tire then I see no reason to not switch if the benefits are there.
Appreciate any and all feedback.
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