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Old 07-13-2015, 02:44 PM   #11
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On my 2500HD, when you want the highest tow rating, you have to get the 18 inch wheel/tire instead of the 20 inch wheel/tire. Mine came with the 17s so I found the 18 inch takeoffs with 50 mile Michelins off a 3500 SRW for a gat price. You may look for some 18 inch factory take offs and sell your 20s to recoup the $.

For towing the LT is just a better, safer option.
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Old 07-18-2015, 08:20 AM   #12
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TV measurements

I measured the height change at the truck fenders with the TT hooked and loaded. Rear drops 1.5" and front is raised less than .5". That seems to be in line of what I would expect and not out of line. I would not think a .5" rise on the front axle of the TV would be an issue, but I could be wrong.
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