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post #1 of 58 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 09:06 AM Thread Starter
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2020 Denali HD 1 ton SRW

So I wasnt intending to purchase but I found a great deal and well shall we say the rest is history. Only things Ive changed are tires, stock goodforyear were having vibration issues. Moved over to Michelin LTX AT2’s. So far, loving it! The new trucks have many many more options for tires for stock sizes.
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post #2 of 58 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 12:53 PM
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Looks awesome!

Glad you got a great deal. Dealerships in my part of Florida have only got one wt/Gasser 2500 that is for sale. I have been telling the sales people to call me asap as soon as one comes in that's not sold. I would like to test drive one. They are playing the waiting game too.
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My local dealers are getting some in, but most are sold. I didn't buy locally, I drove a ways to get mine.

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post #4 of 58 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 03:28 PM
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GM do away with the rake?

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It does look much more level, but no still alittle rake.

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Watch out for paint chips with those AT2s....rock magnets and stone tossers.
Might think about adding some flaps.

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Watch out for paint chips with those AT2s....rock magnets and stone tossers.
Might think about adding some flaps.
Dito. I ran those tires for along time and had to install mud flaps because the front of my black boat had about a million tiny rock chips on it. I still run Michelins, just a different model.

And congrats on the truck - I'm jealous! Exactly the truck that's on my list! Probably for '21 though.

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I've probably logged around 200-300k on AT2's over the years, never had any issues with rock chips. I've run them on both GM and Ford trucks for the past 10 years at least. I could definitely see why they might pickup some rocks due to the tread pattern. All I know is the stock Goodyear Trailrunners were already showing vibration/balance issues when I drove it home from the dealer. I literally came home, and the next day went down to my local tire shop and they gave me $225 per goodyear towards the Michelins. Smooth as butter and seems to be more solid going down the road with the Michelins.

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I didn't care for the lack of mileage life,
and the noise at 50% life wasn't enjoyable.

Like I said, keep an eye on your new paint.
Maybe they'll work out for ya.


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I'm trying to get dealer to install Michelin Defenders before I even pick up my truck.
It is at the rail yard now, hope to get it trucked before the end of the week.
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