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ChevyDuneGuy

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  1. Well I've been playing in the sand with Jeeps and Chevy trucks for 20 years (throw a couple Toyotas in the mix as well). This is easily the warmest I've had a transmission out there and I've been much harder on other vehicles. My 2018 Zr2 rarely climbed over 150 out there. It seems to just run warmer all the time though, with the highway being the coolest where it stays right at 150. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. Good evening! My 2020 Trail Boss with the 6.2 has great power, but living in Michigan where sand is everywhere I'm finding the axlewrap in this truck unacceptable. Has anyone found a good fix for this yet? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. I have a new 2020 Silverado Trailboss with a 6.2 and 10 speed transmission. I was out playing on the dunes yesterday and was keeping an eye on my trans temperature. I saw temps from 190 to 200 during what I would call normal hill climbing. After a few drag races the temp made it to 220 before i quit to let it cool. I've been drag racing my trucks at Silver Lake Sand Dunes for 20 years (wow, I feel old saying that) and I've never had any transmission issues. Has anyone else experienced climbing trans temperatures while offroad? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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