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KCJackson1

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    KC Jackson
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  1. Also discussed here prior to the release of the new 21s...
  2. Production started July 12, according to the large fleet management companies. Wouldn't surprise me that they'd build some Greenstone trucks for press/media/publicity purposes.
  3. Hmmm. Looks almost like a black/olive blend. Ram is also using olive, but a much more traditional shade. Not quite what I was expecting/hoping.
  4. Based on that definition posted, I don't know of anyone who has mistaken roof marker lights for a police-style light bar. The roof markers do not meet the definition of "extending the width of the roof, or a substantial portion thereof" - they're just 5 small lights. Nor is it a facsimile of a police-style light bar. No one mistakes them as a police-style light bar on a vehicle that requires them. If they're 100% legal on a dually that requires them, how are they illegal on a SRW truck?
  5. Has anyone seen a paint chip of Greenstone/Forest yet, or know when those chips will be available? Just curious to see what shade of green it is. An emerald or darker green metallic (black with green metallic flakes) would definitely appeal to me, but a brighter green would not.
  6. #2 - likely won't happen because there are still clueless people out there who will drive for miles with their turn signal on. #4 - completely agree. Same with the 2016 Traverse I have now... I never hit the wrong window switch with my 2005 Ram, but I am constantly opening the rear window instead of the front in the Trav.
  7. These links let you download the full order book or any segment within... Silverado 2500 https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/printbook.jsp?year=2022&regionID=1&lang=1&divisionID=1&vehicleID=22222 Silverado 3500 https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/printbook.jsp?year=2022&regionID=1&lang=1&divisionID=1&vehicleID=22224 Sierra 2500 https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/printbook.jsp?year=2022&regionID=1&lang=1&divisionID=1&vehicleID=22227 Sierra 3500 https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/printbook.jsp?year=2022&regionID=1&lang=1&divisionID=1&vehicleID=22229 (The forum software is incorrectly converting "& regionID" [no space between] to "®ionID" - you may have to correct that manually until I figure that out.) Only one new color... GHR Greenstone Metallic (Chevy)/Forest Metallic (GMC), available on all trim levels.
  8. Just for clarity... the Ram Laramie is not the equivalent of the Chevy LT - that would be the Ram Big Horn. The Ram Laramie is the same as the Chevy LTZ.
  9. DRW Silverados have one small exception to that. Duallies have LED taillights with signature lighting for all trim levels, but incandescent reverse lights for WT and LT, LED reverse lights for LTZ and HC.
  10. "Born To Be Wild" by Steppenwolf - the first 2 lines say it all... Get your motor runnin' Head out on the highway
  11. I would only doubt this because dedicated engine manufacturers like Cummins need to keep the lights on while they develop electric powertrains... Rams will still keep the Cummins I-6 for a while. And to compete, Ford will keep the Stroke and GM will keep the Max. Frankly, the best powertrain for HD pickups probably would be a diesel hybrid or a locomotive-style diesel electric generator system. Coast to coast on 2 tanks? I'll take it.
  12. In that case, I would suggest trying Ally (the former GM Financial). They offer a month-to-month service contract, so you keep it as long or as short as you think you need it. https://www.ally.com/learn/vehicle-service-contract/
  13. If you were offered Zurich, that's not the factory authorized extended contract anyway. The factory plan is from AMT, and is branded Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, or GMC Platinum Protection. Zurich is an insurance company offering an extended plan, but since they have no vested interest in the vehicle (same as other third-party providers), they have no incentive to cover a borderline repair - they won't make money that way. For the authorized GMC plan, see here: https://www.gmc.com/protection-plans
  14. I owned duallies for 24 years, with both steel and aluminum wheels. All I ever needed were regular valve cap extensions that could measure and fill air through the cap (like these: https://www.amazon.com/AUTOHAUX-Extension-Extender-Adapter-Plastic/dp/B07V3QQ6SY/ref=sr_1_18?dchild=1&keywords=valve+cap+extension&qid=1601320430&sr=8-18 ) and a dual head gauge (https://www.amazon.com/Milton-S-927-Dual-Truck-Gauge/dp/B000COS0R4/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=dual+head+tire+pressure+gauge&qid=1601320576&sr=8-7 ). Had no trouble measuring or filling the 4 rear tires with those.
  15. Hmmm... I did see it in an earlier edition, but it is missing from the current.
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