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Trade 2023 High Country 2500 OEM 20" tires/wheels for 18"?


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Anybody in the mountain west (Colorado & nearby states) wanting to trade their 18" tires/wheels for 20".  We just got our 2023 Silverado 2500 High Country and being "old, fat & cripple"😉 retired, we're more interested in more sidewall on the tires= supposedly better ride when empty and not pulling camper.

Jack

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had a 2020 and 2022 LT 2500 with 18in rims and now own a 23 H.C. with 20s, don't notice any difference in ride quality.....also drop air pressure when not hauling heavy.....the tire is big enough and has sufficient sidewall imo, when they wear out I will bump it up a bit and get more sidewall.....see no reason to change out 20s

 

 owned T1 halftons with both sizes and could feel the difference in those trucks......FWIW

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On 11/25/2023 at 12:14 PM, Jack Horn said:

Anybody in the mountain west (Colorado & nearby states) wanting to trade their 18" tires/wheels for 20".  We just got our 2023 Silverado 2500 High Country and being "old, fat & cripple"😉 retired, we're more interested in more sidewall on the tires= supposedly better ride when empty and not pulling camper.

Jack

 

 

Lower your tire pressure when empty.  55-60psi.  You are only going to gain 1/2" of sidewall height which won't make all that much difference.  The ride is due to the suspension.  

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18 minutes ago, newdude said:

 

 

Lower your tire pressure when empty.  55-60psi.  You are only going to gain 1/2" of sidewall height which won't make all that much difference.  The ride is due to the suspension.  

100% single best thing for comfort in HD truck....i run @ 56-57 psi and TPMS doesnt go off either, my LT 54 was too low and sensors would go

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