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KCJackson1

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  1. I agree with this. If a vehicle is pulling, it will do so that much more under hard weight transfer (accel or braking). A good suspension/alignment mechanic will find a safe place to take his/her hands off the wheel, then launch hard and brake hard. The steering wheel would react with the tires and turn further if the pull increases.
  2. I'll take the SLE diesel. The more electronic gadgetry added, the more potential problems down the road. One failing sensor can take a lot with it. And in my own preference, I'll take cloth over leather every time.
  3. Beyer Bros in Fairview is a bit of a hike for Hunterdon County, but they are a pure GMC/Volvo truck dealership (they gained the Volvo franchise when V bought the heavy truck line from GM), as opposed to a Buick dealer that was granted GMC and may not have truck experts/veterans on staff.
  4. NADA has prices (MSRP and invoice) for the trucks and all options. You can build the config you like there: Chev 2500 https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2020/Chevrolet/Silverado-2500HD Chev 3500 https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2020/Chevrolet/Silverado-3500HD GMC 2500 https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2020/GMC/Sierra-2500HD GMC 3500 https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2020/GMC/Sierra-3500HD
  5. Thanks. Even marker-only is certainly an improvement when you have a vehicle that long, and they're in a better sight line than the lights on the mirrors.
  6. I definitely appreciate GMC being first with the wheelwell marker lights - I'm really getting tired of being sideswiped on interstates by idiots who can't determine there's nothing in their driver's window except my truck's sheetmetal. But the one thing I have not seen yet is whether those are also turn/hazard lights. Does anyone know for sure about that, or are they just markers?
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