Colin Doyle· Registered
Hasn't changed - I think the increased circumference (and thus lower RPMs) were offset by the increased rolling resistance and wind resistance. I usually get about 16 MPG (mixed city/highway) and up to 18-19 MPG or so on the highway. Same as I've ever gotten out of this truck.A few questions about the tires: How has your mileage been since the new tires were put on?
No rubbing really. At full lock you can hear a faint "ting-ting-ting" kind of sound as the tips of the lugs just barely brush the control arms. The sound isn't accompanied by any vibration or notchiness, so I'm not worried about it at all.How has the rubbing been?
Still using the stock ones. I want to get some that are an inch longer or so, just to recenter the axle. I pulled the cheapo aftermarket mudflaps off, so there's no more rubbing in the wheel well.Did you make new control arms, or are you using the stock ones still?
Sweet. :thumbsup:And anything else you'd like to point out. I have the 2" HBS spacers at my house waiting for me to get back from Iraq right next to my 37s that I've had waiting for me for over a year now, and I'm excited to get it going...
where did you get yours because where i saw them the 36's were $100 and the 37's were $100ea?Bias plys suck. You can get radials for the same cost, and they're almost identical in size.