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New Chevrolet Bison?

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Anyone else dissapointed they are not offering the 5.3 (even if detuned) like they had in Colorados and Canyons in limited quantity?

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It does not have the drive train to handle the power.  33" and up tires with a tune can twist to front axles and eat the r&p.

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They never do what we do, put 1-ton running gear in 1/2-ton or smaller trucks to make them more durable off-road.  Of course, how many people actually do this?

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On 1/12/2019 at 11:05 AM, swathdiver said:

They never do what we do, put 1-ton running gear in 1/2-ton or smaller trucks to make them more durable off-road.  Of course, how many people actually do this?

Starting to see this with 1st gen Colorado's, 2nd gens still cost to much.

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