I'm happy with them.
I just bought 4 285/75R16 Definity AT2 radials, similar to BFG All Terrains at Pep Boys. Was around $850 total, and they also replaced a bad inner tie rod end & did an alignment. Just the tires would have been about $680.00. When I got home I decided to do front brakes & rotors, found a stuck caliper (wasn't too bad, but the pad wore unevenly), all told parts were about $300.00 Now I have to do the rears, as the left rear is squealing a bit when I leave from a stop. VERY annoying!!!
if you crank your torsion bars then yes you should be able to fit the 33's
Another good site that i found to get tires is tireseasy.com. Their inventory changes all the time so you never know what they will have in stock.
not wit a leveling kit
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pcscustom.com got a new set of pro comp a/t 33x12.50x16 for 265.32
A good website for the top brand name tires and rim's and even tire packages along with free shipping and everything at low prices www.rimzoneoneline.com
heyeveryone im new just bought a 11 2wd 1500 silverado stock 17 inch tires.. looking to get some new wheels and some all terrain tires, maybe like18 inch wheelsbut not sure how u figire out what tire fits what wheels and what load size and all that stuff! thanks in advanced guys!
Thanks for postin I've been looking for this for awhile now.
I'm going to be installing a 4" lift kit soon on my 2011 silverado 1500..still trying to decide on what brand of kit, and really trying to seal the deal on some tires.
I've got it narrowed down to 2, the Dick Cepek FC-II 305/55/R20, or the Nitto Trail grappler MT 305/55/R20. I've heard good things about both...some pro's and con's maybe????
I'd go with the Nitto's. I had Cepek's on my Suburban and they rode just plain bad. I put them on for a road trip that was 1,000 miles round trip and took them off after the trip. I put on and like BFG M/T's. They ride good on the street and if you keep them rotated and aired up they will last 50,000-55,000 miles.