2. still? Have you seen a post about shifting issues in the 10speed? I have not. 6. I supposed you could remove the battery from the fob and tape it up under the lip of the bed. Then put the battery back in when you need to use the stashed fob.
I am still waiting for them to bring Red Hot back to the LTZ like in my 2014... Was thinking about an RST, but I love the heads up display in my ZL1 Camaro. Cannot get that in the RST... Only the LTZ and High Country.
While you are talking facts, the 5.3L and 6 speed in the trailboss is the previous gen engine and trans in the new body. So, you CAN tune this... Unlike the newer engines with the 8 speed and 10 speed transmissions which have the locked down computer.
What GM won't do for us? Well, according to several outlets, including the GM Authority website, Chevrolet will offer the multipro tailgate on the Silverado sometime in the 2020 model year. So, it is coming. Just need to be a bit more patient...
I didn't notice anyone else here mention this, but you cannot get the max trailering package on the AT4. Only on the GMC SLT or the Chevrolet LTZ. And while I do believe that an SLT GMC or LTZ Silverado with the 6.2L and Max Trailering could probably handle what you are planning to tow... The suspension for the AT4 was designing with off-roading in mind, not load carrying. Unlike some of the others here, I am not going to suggest a 2500 (unless you must have an AT4, because they are offering an AT4 2500 for 2020) is your only choice. But, I don't know that I would pull a 5th wheel with an AT4. I would lean towards an SLT with Max trailering and the 6.2L. Or a Silverado LTZ with 6.2L and max trailering. Good luck.
OP, if you are like me and hate chrome, but max trailering and the 6.2L engine are a must, wait 6 to 8 months for a 2020 RST. While the 2019 RST only offers the 5.3L engine and 8speed auto as its top engine, the GM Authority website said that the 6.2L and 10speed are coming to the RST in 2020. So, if you can wait 6 to 8 months, you can get an RST with the 6.2 and Max trailering...
Not quite perfect, but almost. Check out the Camaro ZL1 forum. A few of the early 2017 ones had incorrectly filled transmissions from the factory and it caused issues. Wasn't a design flaw, just poor craftsmanship at the assembly facility. FYI...
You have to love how this thread has digressed into a "I would never have an I4 in a truck" thread. Almost no one has ACTUALLY answered the OP's question about whether or not anyone else has seen a problem with the I4. Well, except for the guy with the buyback. Sorry Dude, Chevy screwed you. But, they really don't seem to care. Amazing how people have somehow lost the ability to stay on topic and choose once again to express their opinion of what engine "should be in a real truck". <shaking my head>
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