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I know, I know everyone’s favorite tire question. I was just wondering if anyone has replaced the Goodyear tires that the Denali comes with in 275/65/20, since they don’t back the blue, with just a little bigger 285/65/20? If so, what did you go with? Thanks.

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20 hours ago, Londart2020 said:

I know, I know everyone’s favorite tire question. I was just wondering if anyone has replaced the Goodyear tires that the Denali comes with in 275/65/20, since they don’t back the blue, with just a little bigger 285/65/20? If so, what did you go with? Thanks.

I have the Silverado but went with 285/65/20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2's.  Nice looking tire, wear very well and very quiet for an A/T tire.

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5 hours ago, CRApex said:

I have the Silverado but went with 285/65/20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2's.  Nice looking tire, wear very well and very quiet for an A/T tire.

Any rubbing issues? Did you tighten the torsion keys any?

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I will no longer buy Goodyear; but, won’t replace those that came through from the factory until need be. In a sense, I already “bought them” and discarding them to make a point wouldn’t make sense to me. I’ve never been thrilled with their performance regardless; and have never purchased them when the need arose. When the time comes, I am interested in responses to your question however!!

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18 hours ago, Londart2020 said:

Any rubbing issues? Did you tighten the torsion keys any?

All stock, including the torsion bars.  I do have aftermarket wheels with a +18 offset so have a very, very minor rub when backing out of the driveway at full lock.  With stock rims there would be no rubbing.

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1 hour ago, CRApex said:

All stock, including the torsion bars.  I do have aftermarket wheels with a +18 offset so have a very, very minor rub when backing out of the driveway at full lock.  With stock rims there would be no rubbing.

where is the rubbing?

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