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Logan Lanfear

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  1. Not sure id totally recommend this. Taking home a test rig and returning it with a large scratch and dent in the roof might not be smart. Id go measure one sitting on a dealership lot. As stated, all garages can be slightly different and when we're talking about an inch of clearance, I wouldn't try it.
  2. Too bad its out of warranty. In my opinion, 75k is way too early for a trans to fail even if the fluid was never changed. At this point id look around for local transmission shops. Avoid the dealer and their high shop rates if you can.
  3. My family towed a hair over that with our half ton for about 5 years. We camped probably every other weekend and did some 4+ hour trips. My dad was always saying that anything bigger (>7500), he would want a 3/4 ton. But it wasn't worth the payment and the added cost of a bigger truck. You'll feel the trailer for sure but not out of the range at all. I wouldn't even spend the money on bags or anything like that. A good weight distribution hitch plus that added leaf and you'll be good.
  4. My 1998 does not. I don't think any had them until the GMT-900 platform in 07/08.
  5. You can get them pretty cheap off rock auto. I would for cheap insurance. Id hate to get everything together and have them start to leak.
  6. You are working with a lot more gears in the transmission in your 2019 compared to your 1989. I bet it would be fine but your speedo will be off without a tune.
  7. How helpful But yeah I suppose you could but the size of the project might make it not worth it. Decent bit of wiring. Why do you want them? Just for more safety?
  8. GM strike, my local shop has a truck waiting on a bearing as well. Won't see them until the strikes done.
  9. Living on a gravel road in rural Vermont, i'd argue that my gray stays much cleaner than any white vehicles ive seen. But that's just my opinion.
  10. A synthetic gear oil. Recommended would be found in your manual. I'm guessing its a SM-465 which has the granny low with 3 more speeds. Most go with a 85W-90 with a GL-4 rating. Stay away from GL-5 it will eat your synchronizes.
  11. Fuse would be the first check. It might be a relay I cant remember off the top of my head.
  12. Id be willing to bet your losing power with only a straight pipe with no restrictions. They benefit from a little back pressure. Do you still have your Cats or any muffler?
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