100% agree .. And i love the 8 Speed too , nothing against it. Ford gives the 10A to even in their base 3.3 Xl trucks.
Those days are gone brother sadly we were around for the last great run of ICE engines it seems like.
Would have been cool to see a 3.0 Turbo or even the 2.7 Turbo in the Blazer. Then you can get away with the SS
Never Fear fellas! Mary has a Chevy Blazer SS EV coming out shortly! Rejoice lol
Just going by a neighbors TRX which came with 325/65/18s Territory . He has about 10k miles on the truck and mostly hauling his camper) and honestly a few times i have been in his truck , i forget its a AT tire under . Super smooth and very quiet. Dont get me wrong , I love the Duratracs but man after 15k i thought there was a MT under . To each his own .
Does everything the Duratrac does but quieter. Nice looking tire a few manufacturers are now using
ever since i got my 2019 6.2 i have been like 70/30 using 91 and sometimes 87 . I never tow but once a week haul a big load 2k . my truck has never pinged , never had any issues on 87 but i also drive fairly normal. I do sometimes get on and the 6.2 roars . If your not towing heavy loads, or not up in altitude a lot and not racing light to light . 87 does just fine. For max performance , yes the higher octane does little better.
Is the same thing as the drl turning blue?
My 19 was fixed a few months back and so far so good. One of our 2020 Sierras in our farm has the blue light as well. No big deal for a work truck but we will have it looked at at oil change time. I wish i knew what was causing this , small issue i guess
Just a matter of time . The 6.2 is and will always be my favorite but i could see it going away for a 500/500 Turbo 6 motor. With Ford and Stallantis going this route , i think its just a matter of time.
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