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i82much last won the day on September 16 2017

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  1. Maybe it's not related to the tune, but once you dork with it, there's a good chance the dealer will blame it on the tune.
  2. First Truck Tire Purchase - Advice Please

    I know. I just didn't feel like typing out an explanation on my ipad.. Actually, I believe goodyear refers to duratrac as a "commercial traction" tire. Truth is, from at to mt is more or less a continuum these days because you have so many options. If you like the word "hybrid," go ahead and use it, but I think for 95% of joe shmoes out there you can call a duratrac an aggressive all terrain and their panties won't get bunched up too much.
  3. First Truck Tire Purchase - Advice Please

    i find even the most aggressive all terrains like bfg at ko2 or duratrac to be perfectly liveable.
  4. i mean look at this: http://www.bomninchevrolet.com/VehicleDetails/new-2018-Chevrolet-Silverado_2500HD-Crew_Cab_Standard_Box_4_Wheel_Drive_Work_Truck-Miami-FL/3160222833 I know a base model HD gasser isn't everyone's cup of tea, but that is a ridiculously capable truck for 33 grand. You can spend that much on a freaking honda sedan these days.
  5. i just checked bomnin and their prices are awesome.
  6. does it matter? just find a gmc at laura optioned like the chevy you want. then take that laura ad with you to local chevy dealers. you will get a comparable deal.
  7. Consumer Reports big 4

    would be interesting to see a breakout of gas vs. diesel reliability.
  8. is this an e-rated replacement for the w965?
  9. 383

    i don’t know, bought it this way. my rec was based on an old crane i ran in a 350 in the 90’s.
  10. 383

    just off the top of my head, that seems pretty reasonable. I have a mild 396 in a 1972 K10, 3.73 gears, TH350, and 32" tires, it is just about right.
  11. 383

    a basic recipe would be something in the [email protected] range in a hydraulic flat, wider lobe sep maybe 112, dual plane, 650-700 cfm vac sec. build it with some compression and run premium.. need tire size and trans ratios to calculate rear gear.
  12. i was looking around at base model crew hd trucks and a truck with a 44k msrp might go for 36 if you are willing to make a long trip. but i think the hd model cycle is a year behind the 1500 so that may not mean much.

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