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  1. Hey all. I’m moving to WI from FL, and am wondering what you all keep in your trucks every day. (Especially for winter). I am prepared for the major shift from FL, but I want to hear from you all that have been living it. Right now, I am planning on water, blanket, flashlight, sandbags, recovery gear (looking for recommendations), handgun, waterproof matches, flares, jumper cables, and I’m sure more that I’m just not listing. Thanks in advance- and feel free to tell me what your summer gear is too!
  2. Anyone ever upgraded their stock front hub bearings to something heavier? Or does it require that I swap out the whole axle shaft assembly. I had a bearing go bad on me while I was out plowing a few days ago, and it just wore right out. So I figure while I'm in there, is it possible to get a heavier duty one?
  3. I have an 5.3 09 silverado with 98,000mi, in preperation for winter id like to change plugs and oil. I want to know what you guys do to prepare for the cold months and what else should i do to be ready, next week im getting new BF Ko2 tires and i got a spectra cold air intake on order, any recomendations are helpful thank you.
  4. Hey all, recently picked up my 2016 all terrain, it has the 5.3 8 speed, love my truck love all the sierra's I've owned 2012, 2014. I notice at low speeds with new transmission it's a bit.. Clunky as it seems to change gears to quick, straight away no problem however turning out of driveway or turns at low speeds it's noticeable .. I can live with this.. However last 2 trucks have been tanks for winter driving, with blizzaks they didn't move, wonder how this will affect next winter driving? Mainly accelerating and such.. Any insight on the 8-speed for winter conditions?
  5. Members of NEMPA test each vehicle under consideration in the worst possible weather conditions to arrive at the results. This year, New England experienced the most snow and also the coldest February on record. That gave the testers, which included members of the GM-trucks.com staff, a chance to put the Colorado through some very challenging conditions. Not only was the Colorado the best vehicle in its class the group tested, it was a strong contender for the overall win, which went to the Ford F-150. Crossovers and SUVs rank high on everyone's winter vehicle list, but this past winter called for more capability than even some large AWD crossovers could handle. WheelsTV and NEMPA noted that the Colorado offers the capabilities of many full-size trucks with the convenience of a small package.
  6. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 6/1/2015 Each year the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) presents Best Winter Vehicle awards in each major category. For 2015 the Chevy Colorado earned the award for best winter vehicle in the compact pickup class (mid-size class). Members of NEMPA test each vehicle under consideration in the worst possible weather conditions to arrive at the results. This year, New England experienced the most snow and also the coldest February on record. That gave the testers, which included members of the GM-trucks.com staff, a chance to put the Colorado through some very challenging conditions. Not only was the Colorado the best vehicle in its class the group tested, it was a strong contender for the overall win, which went to the Ford F-150. Crossovers and SUVs rank high on everyone's winter vehicle list, but this past winter called for more capability than even some large AWD crossovers could handle. WheelsTV and NEMPA noted that the Colorado offers the capabilities of many full-size trucks with the convenience of a small package.
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