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Old 12-18-2018, 04:55 PM
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How interesting. Seems high for a tire with a max psi of 65 to ride at 60 all the time.
Sounds like a great way to wear them out fast.
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How interesting. Seems high for a tire with a max psi of 65 to ride at 60 all the time.
I agree, I think that is too high, probably just go 50psi and see how that works.
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Just picked up a set of these as well - getting installed soon. So it looks like 45 to 50 psi is a good range, yes? Any other feedback?
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I bought 4 new General Grabber AT/X last week to replace some 4 ply Cooper's that were worn out. The General's are 8ply LT's and they seem to be a great tire, smooth, quiet and great handling. About price, Discount Tire was $1275 out the door, The Tire Rack was $900 + tax and a local Mom and Pop shop ordered them in ( 1 day delivery) mounted, balanced + tax for $998.00. It pays to shop around. These were 275/60-20 for a 2015 ECO Diesel Crew cab.
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I bought 4 new General Grabber AT/X last week to replace some 4 ply Cooper's that were worn out. The General's are 8ply LT's and they seem to be a great tire, smooth, quiet and great handling. About price, Discount Tire was $1275 out the door, The Tire Rack was $900 + tax and a local Mom and Pop shop ordered them in ( 1 day delivery) mounted, balanced + tax for $998.00. It pays to shop around. These were 275/60-20 for a 2015 ECO Diesel Crew cab.
Love the look of these - any more feedback regarding road noise, performance, etc? I've been keeping my eye on options to replace the OEM's. Just learned that Sam's Club (at least locally here in WI) will have these for $173.16 per tire after rebate ($193.16 less $20 off each tire) + free install if ordered on June 21 or June 22 (Pirelli, General, Continental Tire Day Promo). So that is just over $730 out the door after tax. I was planning to wait a few months as my OEM's measure 5-6, but likely wont wait now. Would love to hear more from some owners before jumping in...

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I bought a set a couple of months ago in LT 275-65-20 E rated.
My cold inflation is set at 41psi. They are a little loud and knobby feeling until the tires warm up and the pressure rises to about 44 or 45 psi and then they run smooth and quiet.
I'm very happy with them.
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Did you run into any issues at stock height on those running 275-65-20 versus the stock size of 270-65-20? I know its the same width but its another 1' taller right?
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My truck was already lifted on the front end with Bilsteins at 2.1. The rear maintains stock ride height. It might be a little close with stock ride height in the front.
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