I am 24040 combined in my 2500. 3200# on the pin, actual weight not what trailer manufacturer says. I added Firestone bags, and all is good. Have had the trailer Fla to NY and pulls like a dream. The only place I was really over was the rear tires, cat scale said 6900# on rear axle. stock 20" tires were 3190# rated. Swapped to 285/60-20 Michelin Defenders at 3700# each . I am very happy with the combo, but next truck will be a 3500 SRW
I can say without question the paint quality on my '18 Flint built Sierra is far superior to the '17 I traded. you could look sideways at the '17 and paint would flake off................ I can't say that Mexico had anything to do with the crap torque converter behind the 6.2. Wasn't so sure i would love the DuraMax as much as I liked the 6.2, but this diesel sure does run
powerhaulic replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomI was hoping this would be Colorado/Canyon based.......... I like the RS version, but would buy an Acadia
10000 miles on my '18 Duramax now, traded the TT for a fifth wheel. Combined weight truck and trailer 24040lb averaged 11.1 from Fla to NY, fantastic in my book. No trailer loaded box and tonneau cover did 21.3 on a 1400mi trip running 75mph cruise set.
I forget which two it is. But easy enough, remove interior tailgate panel, only two go to the solenoid. It is a low voltage circuit (5ish) so make sure sol. will operate that low. Plus if you tap the wires there they are more protected from the elements Thats how I did the remote lock for my Leer topper
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