After about one week of driving, the
truck began to vibrate excessivly
especially on concrete freeways. Took
it in 4 times, each time the wheels
were way out of balance. They can't
figure it out. They think that maybe
the tires are moving on the rim.
These are Bridgestones on aluminum
wheels. It turns out that you may get
Bridgestones or Firestones(same ones
recalled by Ford) depending on what
they have laying around at GM. It is
made worse by a poor suspension design
that does not perform well at highway
speeds. At this point the tires are
still out of balance and the dealer
doesn't know what to do or what is
The truck has a pretty good motor and
transmission. It shifts and
Improve the suspension design, focus on
quality,go with the Michelins.
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