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I don't think the Z71 means anything anymore.. not with how badly they have cheeped out on the stuff
Z71 was a suspension code back in the day, right? I remember that was "firm ride" where as the other (Z83?) was standard or soft ride? That all it technically was IIRC...

2012 2500hd 6.0l CCSB 4wd



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yeah, it also meant you got METAL skid plates and not this plastic crap they are putting on there now. 

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12 hours ago, Colossus said:

yeah, it also meant you got METAL skid plates and not this plastic crap they are putting on there now. 

In the GMT400 you got alum' rims & crappy Goodyear Wrangler TD tires. A friend had 1 that he bought new & the tire wear was horrible. 

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The tire wear is horrible on most tires on vehicles from the factory.  I was only able to get 23,000 miles out of the factory Bridgestones on my 08 Sierra and about 23,000 miles on the Goodyear Wranglers on my new 07 Sierra.  Despite rotations every 5000 miles and 4-wheel alignment every year. 

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The factory Firestones on my '13 lasted for 70,000mls with about 25% of thread left when I switched to KO2's.

 

so long

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