Last post on Feb 22, 2012 at 6:26 AM
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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, Truck
#78 of 82 Re: Spare Tire Size [akjbmw]
Feb 02, 2010 (5:25 pm)
Thanks for the info.
I'm planning to go with 35's eventually. Any chance you'd be able to fit a 35er under there????
#79 of 82 Re: New Wheels [hecaros]
Jul 25, 2010 (5:13 am)
">hey i have the same problem with my 2008, i put 24's on it and it shakes like crazy cant figure out why because it doesn't do it with the stock rims and they are the same 24's i took off my 2005 that never shook... wierd situation... did u ever find out what it might have been
#80 of 82 tire upgrade
Oct 22, 2011 (12:25 pm)
I have a 2007 GMC Sierra classic 2wd. I want to upgrade tires/wheels and go a little bigger and wider to give it more of a 4wd look but dont know jack about this stuff or even where to start. Any recommendations/advice?
#81 of 82 Help Pls, can't find tire pressure
Feb 20, 2012 (11:40 am)
Yes, I realize, this is a stupid predicament. I have a 2003 Sierra 2500HD with the correct OEM specified tires. The door placard has been cleaned with some kind of solvent and is not readable.
I am looking for the correct inflation pressure. I tried the owners manual, it says see the placard, tried GMC assistance line - no help (!!!!! really, they didn't know or couldn't find out)
Truck= 2003 Sierra 2500HD, 2 wheel drive, extended cab.
Tires = 245/75R16 Load range E Firestone Transforce HT (fancy name for just an OEM replacement tire)
If you have a similar truck, could you please check the door sticker for the inflation pressure?
Thanks in advance
#82 of 82 Re: Help Pls, can't find tire pressure [henryat1140]
Feb 22, 2012 (6:26 am)
According to Tire Guides, your vehicle's placard should say 55 psi front / 80 psi rear.