I agree with you 100% that they will move on negotiating more on a vehicle in stock, especially if it's been there for a while! I was just saying that the incentives appear to be the same whether the vehicle is in stock or not, which we both agree on that point also. I was just curious if somebody knew of a special incentive that only applied to vehicles on the lot vs. ordering a vehicle? And of course like you said, if you're not happy or excited with your vehicle why would you want to purchase it anyhow, just because it was cheaper? No thanks!
My vehicles that I have ordered in the past, I have never had to take delivery of it if I didn't want it. Therefore they are "in stock" vehicles..... it would also be no different if I had then do a dealer swap from someone else, my incentives offered to me have always been the same whether it was on that vehicle or a different one out in their lot, or another dealer's lot. ( They were always based on whatever current incentives programs that were currently running.. And which ones you could actually be qualified for) So I'm not sure if my dealer is screwing me or if yours are screwing you when it comes to incentives? Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Great to hear how many miles have been put in this motor so far! Just curious, at what mileage are you changing it at? I believe there are different miles if it is considered normal, or severe duty in the book..... Or are you going by the dic when it says it's time to change?, If that's the case, do you have a guess as to how many miles that would typically be? Again just curious, not trying to start a debate between everyone's opinions...... Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Just curious, so why can't you get all the incentives when you order? Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Adding weight can give you more traction if needed( most of the time you won't need it) also increased stopping distances depending on the amount of weight added. I used to add 800+ lbs to my bed of truck when plowing deep snow, it made a huge difference compared to no weight while plowing, obviously it was for a counter balance to the plow. But the point being, is there's no weightt over the bed of a truck compared to the front axle even without a plow. But for normal driving where they actually plow the roads you shouldn't need any weight. Going on the back forested roads to get to a cabin, maybe you will want some...... Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Just my. 02 if I understood you correctly, But why is your trailer higher in the front than the rear? I think it should be level empty and loaded... Mine are. Also if you are at 250lbs tongue weight you are barely 10% of trailer, you should be closer to 15% would be my thought. So high front end of trailer and not enough weight it's pulling the back end of your truck up causing a bouncing issue. When your loaded you have more tongue weight and your problem is minimized....... Maybe I'm crazy? But try a different height with your hitch.... Cheap fix if that's all it is. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Stress, what stress? Go in check the boxes you want, go home, they call you even it comes in!! No stress! Heck I even ordered mine with a factory block heater!! however you looking at 18's and they can no longer be ordered..... so you can go in to the dealer and they can dealer locate one with all the options that you're looking for many times. And basically you're still just checking the boxes that you want. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
my two cents....you could possibly have an injector starting to fail have a 2017 6.2 L at 20,000 miles I was starting to get a rough idle down maybe 50 rpm and eventually it kicked a check engine light but it took a while for that to happen. They checked all my injectors and the one was running slightly below their minimum level. Changed under warranty and all is good again Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
sldhead700 replied to Nitrousbird's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraYou can add the same power to the 6.2!.... So the previous statement is still correct about no replacement for displacement! To the OP, just do the 6.2 since fuel isn't a factor, and you have already been running a previous one in your 07.
Or if you have a good dealership, they will tell you what the code is for free too! I've seen some of these" fly by night cheap readers "that give you the wrong info in past years..... Maybe the new readers are better like the ones that gm uses? But I have never had to pay to have a code pulled from my dealership...... Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
Got up to 39.7 MPG on highway from Laughlin, NV to Los Angeles, CA...296.4 miles driving straight...
sldhead700 replied to waltchan's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra42mph..... No thanks, time is money too! Glad you were in the slow lane though. Way to many people seem to hang out in the wrong lane and hold up the"flow" of traffic... Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
sldhead700 replied to wborisenok's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraWheel base being the same would depend on which crew cab he drove.... Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
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