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I have not been able to find 265's in the E rating anywhere. Have any of you had the same problem and has anyone heard when BFG will be making more of them?
Has anyone had any problems getting Costco to put 265's on a 2500hd?jake111;1553320; said:Costco
At their website under tires, try "2005", "Chev Truck", "Silverado 3500 LB Ext. Cab SRW" to see them.
(Some time ago Costco stopped letting you enter tire sizes because, they said, too many dummies were getting tires that didn't fit, and then complaining. They called them "customers"; I called them "dummies".)
I've been wondering about this too. Yes, the 3500 comes with 265's, but it also comes with a 7" wheel. Anyone had Costco mount 265's on their factory 6.5" 2500 wheels?SV Silverado;1554919; said:Has anyone had any problems getting Costco to put 265's on a 2500hd?
I'd agree. Liability reason is the biggest. Somewhere, someone sued somebody (Firestone/Bridegstone and/or Ford) because of incorrect tire size and the powers that be have laid down the parameters to help protect themselves. Wallyworld says the same thing. However having said that, I was able to get a guy at a location here in the Dallas area sell me some on closeout and they put 'em on.jake111;1556209; said:Yes, Costco has gotten very sticky about sticking to the original tire specs.
They don't care if it is reasonable any more; they're going by the book. I sense the legal department has gotten involved.
MGlick LBZ,MGlickLBZ;1558271; said:Look into the General Grabber AT2. They are E rated, have a tread pattern similar to the All Terrain TA and are about $60 cheaper per tire. Just my $.02 worth.