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stevejones

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  1. I have been using Cortec VpCI-368D on my 1998 K1500 that I brought from TX to the rust belt in 2013. Completely satisfied with its performance.
  2. My hand tools are a mix of old Craftsman, SK, Wright, Snap-On, and Proto. I try to stick with Made in USA.
  3. My 2019 LD came with Michelin Energy Saver AS. No highway vibes at 700 miles. They are a lightweight hiway tire & perform well in that respect. Just a data point....
  4. I just did my first oil change on my LD and realized I need a better funnel & drain pan. Up to now, my straight funnels have served me well, but the angle of the fill opening w/no spout makes pouring the thin oil more tricky than it should be. I also need a larger pan that drains well w/no drips. Recommendations?
  5. I've had good luck with Cortec VpCI-368D on my -98 K1500
  6. Apples to oranges but still fruit; my 2019 K2 MSRP'd at $46K...OTD @ $31.7K...no trade, no money down...TTL all in.
  7. Longtime lurker finally in a position to upgrade my equipment: I bought a 2019 DC 4x4 with the All-Star package. Wow - this truck is impressive when compared to my old K1500. Everything is just exponentially better. Goes faster, stops faster, handles better, and just feels more solid. I love my K1500 and will miss driving it in some respects (now my wife's ride); but at $31.7K out the door all-in for the LD, I couldn't pass it up. Fingers crossed I don't get the chevy shakes or AFM blues....
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