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These pictures are from when I test drove it last weekend. I'm picking it up in a few hours and it will have the chrome running boards. It was the first 2020 my dealer got on the lot and it sat for a bit before I decided to buy it after trying to buy several other used 2018-2019 2500HD's. I think I'm going to be glad that I went with the newest technology!

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14 minutes ago, Ajenkens said:

Does anyone know are the 20’s the same bolt pattern as the 19’s? I’m getting a 20 and hate the wheels so trying to find new ones but there is nothing out there for 2020 yet

8x180, bolt pattern is the same.

production wheels have been +44 offset for years, the only change is on the 2020 20" which is now +47.

+20 wheels should be fine, as many have installed them.

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4 hours ago, powerhaulic said:

8x180, bolt pattern is the same.

production wheels have been +44 offset for years, the only change is on the 2020 20" which is now +47.

+20 wheels should be fine, as many have installed them.

 I have +10's with 295/60/20 on mine.  No rubbing stock.

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Picked up mine Monday. I have 35x12.5x18s to go onto it, just waiting for my wheels to arrive next week. My AMPs Power Steps also should be here tomorrow, or early next week. 

 

So If anyone from Canada wants the stock AT4 20s or the upgrade sport off road running boards, let me know!

 

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I got my Weigh Safe 2.5" X 10" drop hitch and was able to take my snowmobile trailer to the school parking lot and figure out how much how much tongue weight and drop it has fully loaded with 5 snowmobiles. I was hesitant to buy that big of a drop hitch as I didn't have the recommended ground clearance up to the bottom of the hitch as Weigh Safe recommends, but my research showed other guys with similar clearance as me and also another hitch manufacturer recommended only 6" of clearance. I will make another post reviewing this Weigh Safe hitch with the scale in it. I had figured I would need the full 10" drop with this low trailer tongue to get it level and I was right.

 

 

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