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bshort

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    Newman, Ca
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    2019 Sierra SLT 6.2L Max Tow Standard Bed / 2022 F250 7.3/4.30

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  1. Sold! Not too bad getting 11K back on a 36 month lease with 8 months left on it.
  2. A and B conversation......you know the rest.
  3. Hahaha.. I wish he'd actually follow through with his threats to sell it.
  4. Just have to be smarter than the average Bear.
  5. Spend 10K on legal fees, just to get 5K back.....sound financial advice just to stick it to GM.
  6. Found a GM dealer that will pay 53,870. She'll be gone on Friday.
  7. It's a lease. I leased this one because it's a dedicated tow vehicle and I was flipping purchased trucks every three years anyway. Generally, at three years, the purchased vehicles were usually a wash with payoff. So, the lease made sense and shifted any loss of value back to the lessor...pre-covid.
  8. Looks like it will be a bit more difficult to dispose of your leased GM vehicle. My 2019 GMC Sierra has a boatload of equity in it, but GM financial will no longer allow sales to third parties, such as other make dealers or Vroom. Told me it was to allow GM dealers to have more access to used vehicle. More like allowing GM dealers to low-ball you out of equity. Nothing in my lease agreement mentions selling to third parties, but GM financial stated that they'd just return any attempts at payoff.
  9. 287 more for the GMC. "Better ride" is subjective. Death wobble is an exaggeration, kinda like the undersized tie rods on GM HD trucks.
  10. GMC Double 4WD gcwr 24,000, max hitch 14,500, max 5'r 16,740, max goose 16,740, max payload 3,747 F250 Supercab 4WD gcwr 28,000, max hitch 15,000, max 5'r 18,800, max payload 3460 Actual facts.
  11. Includes: ● Extra heavy-service front springs (4x2) (2 up upgrade above the spring computer selected as a consequence of options chosen. Not included if maximum springs have been computer selected as standard equipment) ● Heavy-service front springs (4x4) (1 up upgrade above the spring computer selected as a consequence of options chosen. Not included if maximum springs have been computer selected as standard equipment) ● Rear auxiliary springs (F-250 only; Std. on 350) ● Rear stabilizer bar (SRW only) ● Slide-in camper certification Only wiring? Here's GMC's version of a camper package: Power feed to accommodate a backup and roof emergency light1 A single 220-amp alternator Heavy-duty front springs Under body skid plates to help protect the transfer case from debris May require additional optional equipment Which would you say is better for a slide-in camper? That power feed and skid plates really help with a camper..
  12. Geez. Attacked by the fanboys. Frame flex? Huh? IFS over solid? Oook. I can agree with the gps antenna.
  13. The Ford will ride better with the camper's load, especially if you get the camper package.
  14. At this point, I'm not even going to bother. My new F250 is scheduled to be built next week, so out with the GMC and in with the Ford. I have no illusions that Ford is better, just GM has really dropped the ball in many ways....from service to customizable options.
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