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48548

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  1. I should buy my old 05 l33 i sold to my dad with 19k on the odo and 3.42 gears and i added a hd2 transgo kit to the 4l60e... that was when i bought a 2011 6.2 awd Escalade ext... best thing that happened to me it got bought back for paint issues... after those two and my wife with a g8 with 2.92 and a 6.0 6l80.... the g8 i regret selling.. not the ext being bought back as it cost me money... but i will say i am still happy with my 2012 denali hd... 3.73 and a little dmax. But seriously i miss the l33. They were rare and nice aluminum block and 2 speed transfer case, glad i added the merchant pump rub kit before i sold it to him... it has been bullet proof for another 40 or so k. Around 60k total... Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  2. If you need the towing power 3/4 ton... i bought a 2500 for resale power and hd components... just an idea and if you looking at the top of the line 1500 not much more at that point... Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. I told my wife we both need to lose weight to make up more than than the 450lbs... hell we might be able to sub another 50lbs between us if not more...
  4. They offer them in the 2500hd, for the cost of gearing maybe look at 3/4 ton. Might not be cheaper but you can get the two speed transfer case and full floating rear end and hd transmission. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  5. While i think what you said is valid and the truth, should gm gear for everyone who is going to add bigger tires? But i think what most people are asking for is the option correct? Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  6. I bought this new in 12 and i have 22-23k on it. I was thinking of a 2020... this is a duramax with 3.73, locker and 2 speed transfercase. I think i paid 63k out the door with tags, tax and a 10 year 120k warranty with no deductible. And in az tags were about 1200 when i bought it. It is a denali as well. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  7. For 60k buy a duramax. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. Nice, a 2 speed power glide... or a nice th400 with gear vendors od. I have a diesel jeep with a zf 8hp70 and i will say it is awesome. I still miss my wifes g8 with 6l80 in 08... I am surprised they are still using in 10 years later. Technology changes a lot now. But I will say my allison 1000 in my duramax appears to be bullet proof with stock 3.73 gears and stock tires. Hell that transmission is dated, but with the low rpms in a diesel/torque and gearing not much if anything to gain I assume in more gears. I think gm is doing pretty well thinking of of my 05 with 3.42 gears and the l33 5.3 and 4l60e... at least i added an hd2 transgo and better servo and few other parts. The person i sold it to is still driving it.
  9. No one listened to me get an HD and get 3.73 with the allison and dmax. Not saying is better, but you get your gears. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  10. Buy the hd like i did and get 373 gears on the dmax. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  11. I have a 2012, I want to trade in when the 2020's come out but not sure i can afford them. I am working on saving money towards one now. My 2012 is denali hd crew cab short bed with the dmax and it just turned 22k on the odo. I want the same thing, but a 2020. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. K&N filter replacement.

    I got the point where it wasn't worth it. There are better filters out there, but I could be wrong so my bad.
  13. K&N filter replacement.

    You are the lucky one who doesn't over oil it or mess up his sensors or maf.
  14. K&N filter replacement.

    Then you mess up the sensors, because you put to much oil.
  15. K&N filter replacement.

    If you want a better filter you never have to clean get a Donaldson powercore. Volant offers them with some of their cai. Also get the pre wrap.
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