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Howdy, fellers!

I bought a GMC C2500 from a friend last summer when my last work truck was totaled. Now this gas-loving beast is my daily driver after my Nissan Sentra was totaled a few weeks ago.

This truck is fantastic - a 7.4L engine that's great for towing the Bobcat or several tons of rock. It needs a little work, some of which I have already done.

I enjoy learning to work on my own vehicles, although that's getting tougher to do the way they build vehicles now. So far, I have done oil, brakes, plugs, wires, upper ball joints, bearings, and added Bluetooth all myself. I had the shop do lower ball joints, new struts, and brake fluid flush.

Looking forward to being a part of the forum!





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