Does the rear door seem bigger?
and what is the canister under the frame just in front of the rear wheel?
fuel tank or cat? they state the exhaust points to a new engine? which one would that be?
Considering the versatility of the GM LS engine platform it could be anything. I am hoping for a 400hp engine in the 7.0L range, but looking at past history tells me not to expect anything close to 7.0L.
I am loving my 3500 SRW 4x4 Crew Cab Duramax. I'm sure new trucks will be nice, but I hope to get many years from my truck.
aclay: How does that rig of yours handle the trailer? We have the same trailer except we are looking to upgrade to a 2013 Jayco Eagle 28.5 RLS. Wanting to know if worth the 8K to upgrade to an oil burner. Thanks.
2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab 4x4
2011 Jayco 26BH
I'm kinda disapointed with the small wheel openings
This is long overdue. Huge tires don't do a thing for on-road performance or fuel economy. Wide can help performance, but hurts MPG. Tall can reduce RPM, but so can gearing, and tall adds frontal area, which hurts MPG. We need to go back to the days of the '90-'93 454SS, when a 275/60R15 looked mean and wide and muscular, not miniscule. Only this time we should use 17x8" wheels.
'06 GMC C2500HD RCLB gasser 4.10:1, 4L80E, custom camshaft
'84 Trans Am 6.2 diesel, 700R-4, custom Class-3 receiver
'69 F350 dually. GM 6.2 diesel, turbo, 700R-4, NP208 all pending.