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post #8 of (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 10:23 AM
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As @F8LZ71 said, it’s often dealer dependent.

My dealer doesn’t care what I do to my truck. They will try to push anything through on warranty that they can.

But if GM wants to see the truck or request calibration details, ecm/pcm data, etc... Its out of their hands.

This is the first vehicle that I’ve actually put larger tires on the stock wheels. Though this is also the smallest set of tires I’ve ever put on a four whee drive, as I’ve had full size trucks in the past.

Generally I do tires and wheels. Then if I have a suspension or driveline issue that I believe is related to stock components and not something I did, I have the stock wheels and tires handy to bolt on.

No larger than you’re taking, there should be a dealer within a reasonable distance that will work with you.

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