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Jglew82

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  1. Agreed here, distributing the load across the axles is key, and shifting weight to the rear of the trailer for the sole purpose of removing sag is a recipe for ditch-ville. That’s why when we pull double/triples the lightest trailer goes in the back.
  2. https://www.sdtrucksprings.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=25938
  3. It’s normal. Go get a 20” wheel and tire if it helps you sleep at night.
  4. I’ve been looking at these myself, or something similar. Love the open concept layout. Plus the weight and price are attractive.
  5. I’d have to agree. For a trailer that size, I’d definitely want an HD for the extra strength and braking power alone. I’ve borrowed my buddy’s trailer that was around 7000 lbs loaded up on a few occasions, and my 1500 did ok (same exact specs as OP), but my F250 6.7 was a world of difference in the handling and braking dept.
  6. OP, always grab a bucket of popcorn when you open a question thread. You’re bound to watch some good bickering between certain types on here. [emoji23]
  7. I hear ya. I have a Chevy but personally I’ve always liked the red lighting better.
  8. It was ‘16 or ‘17 when they went with Chevy colors.
  9. I'm just messing with you because of the dudes in the other forum, brother.
  10. Oh yeah, my mistake. You’re the one running the “chop shop.” [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]
  11. @Frankielozano214 has done an LT to LTZ/Denali.
  12. I got mine off amazon. What setup do you have? Mine is 350 with 28” rad core for reference.
  13. Yes, back when the 6l80 came around it got its own TCM that talked to the ECM. Not like the old days where the 4l60/80e was controlled by the same PCM.
  14. Call the dealer. Calling GM will just get you the following question: “did you contact the dealer?”
  15. I think yours will give you all that you’re looking for. Stick with the proven platform! Also I was pretty sure the new 10-speed is a GM designed and manufactured unit with Allison branding, while yours is Allison design and mfg. if that makes any difference to you. Time will tell how the new one holds up.
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