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Chevor

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Chevor last won the day on April 18 2017

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About Chevor

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    Highway Hauling

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  • Name
    Jay
  • Location
    US
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    Male
  • Drives
    2010 GMC 2500 Duramax , 2013 Chevy 3500 C&C DRW Duramax, 2013

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  1. I run an Edge Insight CTS on my diesels to read engine parameters. Those stock gauges are misleading. Nice thing about My edge is it will read 10 things at once. I think the new ones will read 12.
  2. I disagree. Toy haulers are tongue heavy and you saying the bouncing is worse without something in the garage verifies this. You should try putting more tension on the spring bars when there is nothing back there first. IMO the Blue Ox makes it worse do to how far the ball is postioned off the rear of the truck. The closer you can get the ball to the bumper the better the truck will handle the trailer.
  3. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    3.4 gallons of horse piss for that ”clean” burning smell.
  4. Chevors 2013 3500 Big Red DRW Flatbed

    GM seems to only went half retard on the C&C frame. Looks like it's only gonna take minimal mod to get the airlift bag kit order for the 2010 on. Cut off Dry fit All bolted down
  5. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    GM seems to only went half retard on the C&C frame. Looks like it's only gonna take minimal mod to get the airlift bag kit order for the 2010 on. Cut off Dry fit All bolted down
  6. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    Followed this today. A new exhaust and it's up to 867,000 miles.
  7. I am not really a fan of wdh hitches. I mean they are used because the trailer is heavier then what the truck is setup to handle. Mainly because the trucks rear leaf springs are not enough or the trucks tires causing sway do to sidewall flex or and deep tread. Driving with snow and ice on roads with a wdh is much more dangerous then with out one. Taking the weight off the drive tires causes the truck to spin sooner, and could even cause the truck and trailer to jackknife.
  8. I have always had better luck with something that gets driven compared to a used vehicle that just sat.
  9. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    how hard was it to get off the dash?
  10. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    Went to the Michigan International Auto Show this afternoon. Wasnt what I expected. Basically just an indoor Dealer lot. Not many concept, prototypes. I got 2 tickets free through Chevy Truck Legends. Normally $12 each but it cost me $10 to park. This was out there by an assesories dealer. The topper lifts up with four cylinders one on each corner. Chevy let me down No 4500, only diesel was a offroad Colorado. I was hoping to see the 2020 HD A Deloren, looks beautiful.
  11. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    Says 11150 pounds dry Has 5 slides. Finally home, 4740 mile week
  12. I wonder how tire chains work on these trucks.
  13. How new were your truck tires? I always have some squirm with new tires and those KOs are about as soft rubber tire as they make.
  14. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    They are the trucks in my sig. 3500 Cab and chassis up front, pulling a 3500 SRW.
  15. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    What your not seeing is the fuel. The front truck had about 160 gallons and the one on the trailer had 80 gallons. The way to secondary tanks are postioned in the front of the beds. I think actually make the load look lighter. I bet there would of been more sag without the fuel.
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