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I have owned many HD 3/4 tons and 1 ton F350 in the past.
I don't remember hating them as much as I hate driving this 22 Denali 3500.
I am about 10 months into owning the truck
Had it leveled, new upper control arms, Fuel wheels, Nitto Ridge Grappler 35 x 11.50 - 20
Dropping it off at the dealer tomorrow for an oil change and tire rotation.
This truck is stiff and bouncy, feels like the tires are out of round or out of balance.
It is not a pleasure to drive. Every truck I have owned has been leveled with custom wheels and tires.
I am hoping this is just a tire issue. I drove my 2015 2500 Denali for 7 years and didn't really have any complaints.
Is there any hope? looking for insight before I become irrational and just trade it in.
11,000 miles
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For the most part, we have the same set up, however, my 22-3500 DRW ride quality is great, comparing it to my 2020 Denali 2500.

I’m running 22” American force wheels with 35” Toyo’s 12.50. Cognito 3” leveling kit with king shocks.

Upgraded straight from the dealer.
The initial balancing was done using beads, I had vibration issues on and off. I changed to the traditional balancing weights up front and no more issues.
 

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Some of us will turn the front down just a bit to leave some rake in the truck with the leveling kit, so that way it sits closer to level when hooked up to a trailer. Not everyone does that, but you'll see it more often with folks who use a lifted or leveled truck to still pull trailers with some weight to them.
Same here, I turned the front down slightly.


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