Get a Suburban if you want the 7 passenger seating. That's the main thing that differentiates it from pickups. Don't get it because you are afraid to have your gear separate from the cabin. You can do plenty of bed organization systems with a topper.
NWI Denali replied to Delawarefishing's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraA leveling kit (assuming it's simply a strut spacer) will have zero effect on ride quality in either direction. It doesn't change the effective spring rate. It is literally just a spacer stacked on top of a coilover at the upper shock tower mount. And unless you added or removed rear blocks under your leafsprings, your driveshaft angle is unaffected.
Make sure to hand calculate at the pump to reconcile your numbers because mine reads 9% high like clockwork. 22.5 mpg on the DIC will be just a hair over 20 hand calculated for me.
Pics of your truck? Obviously assuming by the collision speed, I'm sure it's totaled. Unless its a newer High Country or Denali worth some coin. Bummer either way. Just keep in mind, any lawyer you get involved will take a huge piece of the pie. Glad you and your daughter are alright.
^Agreed. OP, a diesel would not be a good candidate for you because of your short commute. Unless you have another work car and the diesel would be just for road trips and towing?
Not many people are going to be able maintain a 50mph average. You're definitely in the minority there. My truck is around a 25mph average. 22k miles and 900ish hrs. I know I am on the other end of the spectrum. Lots of city. I would venture to guess many owners average would probably be nearer to 35mph average.
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