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  1. On some of the older trucks the wiring harness was already there. We just needed to purchase the buttons and plug them in. That's how it was on my 2007. Not sure about the newest trucks. Maybe take the cover of the steering wheel and have a peak inside? Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  2. I did. They don't know. Hoping someone here might have some inside information. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  3. I'm waiting for the DRW to hit the lots to check out in person before making a decision. Any idea when they will land? Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  4. I tow a 42' fifth wheel. 15k lbs loaded. I have a 2015 2500HD Duramax. Standard bed. It tows really well. No dually needed. That being said, I'm in the market for the new dually just because I really like the idea of dually and I work from home, so the daily driver is not a big issue for me. If I was actually driving daily, I'd stick to the SRW. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  5. Sold. Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  6. Most people prefer the 650 over the 1000. Just sayin' Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  7. If you wanted a V-Strom and gave me cash, I'd sell it to you! :-) Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  8. Mods, Not sure if this goes in the For Sale forum or the Off-Topic forum. I'm sure you'll put it in the right spot I'm selling my 2012 V-Strom DL650 You can see all the standard features on the Suzuki website here: http://www.suzukicycles.com/Product%20Lines/Cycles/Products/V-Strom%20650/2013/DL650A.aspx#Overview This bike has less than 6,000 miles. With Givi luggage w/ Admore lighting kit, Givi adjustable windshield, Givi crash bars and Aprillia Tuono mirrors on mirror extenders, peg lowering kit, ROX handlebar risers, GPS, heated grips plus tons of other stuff too. Shortly after purchase I had a low and slow slide on the left. The bike itself was untouched, but the left Givi case and left handguard got a pretty cool scar from it. Check out the pics and let me know if you need an additional picture of something. Asking $7,850 Few more things: 1. I've had this bike since new. 2. There are no known issues at this time. 3. I ride this bike everyday to work, so the pictured odometer reading will go up. 4. If you click a picture above it should link you to an album of more pics.
  9. I'd like to get the color matched door handles for my 2012 2500hd crew cab. I'm having a difficult time locating at set. If any y'all want to part with a set of quicksilver metallic (silver ice/ switchblade silver/ radiant silver) door handles go ahead and shoot me a price.
  10. I always use remote start as I'm walking to the truck. That gives it 10 seconds or so. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  11. I don't plan on getting a tune, but I might swing by to bug you guys. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  12. Got mine yesterday. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  13. I loved the fairly new 1991 Chevy I drove through high school and college. It was way better than my '05 '07 and the current '12. (only because of all the 'tang I picked up with it) haha
  14. My trailer is around 7,500-8000lbs fully loaded with a 1,000lb tongue weight. Like I said, the 1500 VMax with 4:10s and the 6.0L and equilizer hitch handled the trailer fine, but on the interstate cruising 75mph you could feel it back there. It would push/pull and sway just enough to feel it in crosswinds or passing semis. I never had to white knuckle the steering wheel, however if I took it up to 80mph it felt a bit squirrely back there. Now with the HD, I feel nothing behind me. No sway, no push/pull, no bounce, nothing. Easily cruise at 80mph (...and watch the gas gauge drop). If you didn't look in your mirrors, you wouldn't know the trailer was back there. The stiffer ride of the 2500 unloaded is a non-issue for me. I noticed it for the first week or so, but I got used to it pretty quick. My advice is if you have the means to switch to a 2500hd, you won't regret it. Otherwise, save the cash and know you've got great setup as-is, especially if you swap out the P tires for a heavier load rating.
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