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About ccoon21

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    2011 GMC Sierra 1500
  1. I like that graphic. What website is that on?
  2. Not so much for the boat launch but some of the deer camp’s roads have parts that can get real sloppy or washout with a little rain, I’m better off having them than not.
  3. I appreciate y’all’s responses. Looks like I still need to do some research. (Kind of surprised not as many people mentioned the 3.0 considering I’ve read a lot about it in other threads) I have driven the AT4 (about 95% sure that’s the trim I’ll be going with) that had the 6.2 in it and to say it was fun to drive would be an understatement. I’m just not sure how practical it is for me at this point though.
  4. First post here and I’m looking for some advice….. I’ll be upgrading at the end of the year from a 2011 Sierra 1500 with the 5.3L to a 2021/2022 Sierra 1500. However, I’m needing some advice as I’ve been going back and forth between the 3.0L diesel and 6.2L gasser. I’ve already ruled out the 5.3L in the new one as my current truck’s fuel economy went in the tank after adding 33in MT tires. This new truck will be used as a daily driver just like my current one. 1. My Monday-Friday work week consists of me driving approximately 190 miles (very few highway miles)
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