Having problems with your 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ ?

I have a 2007 1/2 ton GMC Sierra. I pull boats

\015 I have a 2007 1/2 ton GMC Sierra. I pull boats for a leaving. I pull a maximum weight of 3000 lbs. to be legal. For some reason, my front tires were cupped on the inside and outside. The local dealer said the reason was the weight of the boat would cause the front of the pickup to be raised a little higher and cause the cupping of the tires. I have talked with other dealers and many owners of GMC and Chevy trucks and not a single one agreed with the comment of the local dealer. Also, I have inspected tires on other GMC and Chevy pickups and have not seen any damage to tires like I have. The local dealer said I needed to carry some sand bags in the back of my pickup, in front of the rear axle. What is the problem and how do I take care of it? Thank You John\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

I've never seen this problem, but the guy who said you needed sandbags is probably correct. Other than that, the front suspension should be checked.
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