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  1. Hauled a load of 3 alfalfa bundles from one place to the other this morning. Each bundle about 1400-1500 pounds. So about 4500 pounds of hay on a 20’ flatbed. The 6.2 gasser did great. No issues at all. I’d feel more than confident with 4 bundles: With my old Ram 3500 6.7 Cummins, I’d haul 6 at a time. So not bad from a 3500 to 1500 and diesel to gas. I’m pleased. Just wish the truck could unload and stack in the barn for me- still waiting on that option!
  2. Great looking truck! Be sure and post pics after lift and new tires!
  3. Just “in addition to” - not in place of!
  4. Since 2000: 1992 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (gas) 2009 Ford F-150 Lariat (gas) 2013 Ford F-150 King Ranch (eco- boost gas) 2015 Ford F-250 King Ranch (powerstoke diesel) 2019 Ram 3500 Limited Dually (6.7 Cummins Diesel) And now the 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 (6.2 Gas) My work truck is a 1998 Dodge 2500 flatbed with the Cummins engine. (And an OJ model Ford Bronco) ALL were/are great trucks! All served their purpose well. I was just ready to down size from the Dually and Cummins engine as i dont pull a loaded horse or hay trailer every day of the week anymore. I really
  5. Encourage yall to also join a “new improved AT4 forum in addition to this one: at4forum.com You can never have to much access to news, suggestions, advice, etc.
  6. Well I’ve thought and thought about and I think I have the best plan. I’m going to route the rear camera wiring thru the firewall- under the truck to where the bed meets the cab- then up to the left side of the rear glass. There is a small seam between the glass and the cab all around. I hope I can tuck the wire in these seam and mount it on the top molding of the sliding glass part that obviously doesn’t slide. May try and use a very small bead of silicone to help hold wire. Should conceal rear camera wire very well. Camera is supposed to be in Thursday, so will attempt this weekend. Fi
  7. I need Recommendations for rear camera install. I am installing the VanTop H612T dual dash camera system. I have the existing OEM back up camera on the tailgate that i will still utilize. The purpose of the VanTop is for front camera viewing and recording and the rear camera for viewing and recording. I will NOT be using the VanTop as a back up camera. I CANNOT mount the rear camera inside on the rear window as i have blackout tint installed. So the rear camera must be mounted outside. I am including pics with yellow marks where i am considering mounting the rear camera. One thought is
  8. Made up my mind on Dash Cam after extensive research. Going with the VanTop H612T. Going to hard wire it in with fuse taps. Ordered today. Still no absolute decision on radar detector. ???
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