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Depending on what tire you were coming from & how worn out they were, a new MT with lots of tall tread blocks will seem squirmy on your truck. (Like there is a delay between your steering input & the truck's response.) I've found that I just get used to it with time. Make sure you're running good air pressure in them though.
06 Mega 2500 4x4 | Garmon 48RE | Smarty S06 | Flo~Pro 5" TBE | FTE 30" resonator | BDS 8" Long Arm | Toyo M/T 37x13.50 | Fuel Hostage 20x10 | ISSPRO EV2 x6 Custom Diesel steering box brace | WeatherTech DigiFit FloorLiners | Vent Visors | Connex 3300HP | Wilson 5000 roof mount
Don't know if I got used to it, or it went away, but no problems here in 50k miles. I run about 50psi front and 35 rear (empty).
07 2500 quad cab 5.9,6spd manual, AFE air filter, Smarty Jr. 35-12.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers on stock rims, Carli Starter System and track bar. 1991 W250 stock for now. Brandon Cole Armstrong March 7, 1990-May 14, 2011. He will always be with us. "NVR2TAL"
Ive got 305/70/18 Toyo AT's. It took some getting used to the softer sidewall but its got a nice ride! I've had all kinds of mud tires on and these are the softest by far. Be careful. you'll get used to it.
'05 2500 4X4 610 6Spd Big Horn. Bully Dog Downloader, Silencer Ring MIA, Intake Tube Silencer MIA, BHAF, 6" Tuff Country, straight thru exhaust (Kept kitty), 35' Toyos on 18" Helos, Nerf Bars, Custom front 3 place light bar, Pop-Up Goose Neck Hitch,
They started them at 70psi in the rear and 45 in the front which is backwards from what I think it should be so I switched it (and will run 80 in the rear when towing or loaded).
I felt real squishy driving off the lot but it went away within 50 miles even before I adjusted the pressures. They have a mold release on them when new that is slippery. I've decided this accounts for the squishy. Now it feels very stable. I know when you buy motorcycle tires they warn you about the mold release whenever you get new ones.
2007.5 Mega - MP-8, Edge, ISSPro Guages, Gooseneck, airbags, OBA, lighting by KC and Hella front & back
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