If its the vehicle you like with the right options then just let them do a her swap. If you settled on that truck and compromised options then use this as the time to get what you really wanted. Not often do you get a chance to redo a major purchase with a dealer willing to work with you.
My dealer couldn't find anything optioned like the truck I bought. He found trucks with most of the options, but not all. I think it will be cheaper in the long run for me to stick with the truck I purchased initially, and if it becomes too much of a problem, just swap gears. The 3.08 is the only option I dislike on the truck. I didn't want to swap the gearing for things like: no rear slider, no bench seat, no leather. Not to mention I've already done exhaust and window tint so I would lose the money on that.
Honestly, pulling the travel trailer it did very well. Which will be the most weight I need to pull with the Silverado. Anything heavier, I have access to a few diesels. It actually still pulls better, and gets better gas mileage, than my 2010 with 3.42 gears did. Therefore, I still see it as an upgrade right now. I am actually planning to lift the truck a bit, so would need to re-do the gearing anyways.
Edited by SB09, 11 March 2014 - 06:26 AM.