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Was it possible to get a GMC Sierra (GMT900) with the All-Terrain Package with the 6.2 AND the NHT package so the truck would have 3.73 gears and pull over 10K pounds?

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Was it possible to get a GMC Sierra (GMT900) with the All-Terrain Package with the 6.2 AND the NHT package so the truck would have 3.73 gears and pull over 10K pounds?


All terrain and 6.2 yes not sure if the NHT pkg was available with the AT option.


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On 11/30/2020 at 7:10 AM, RyanbabZ71 said:

 


All terrain and 6.2 yes not sure if the NHT pkg was available with the AT option.


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Thanks Ryan.

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Update.  Been looking at 6.2 GMT-900 Sierra and Silverado pickups for some time now.  All 6.2 trucks (Don't know about Denalis) have the 9.5 AXN rear axle and rear disc brakes.

 

Z71 and or All-Terrain with 6.2 not compatible with NHT as that has different rear springs and shocks, not a big deal anyway.

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