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Lspoo19

Silverado 2500 hd vs 3500 hd difference

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On 3/1/2021 at 12:42 PM, newdude said:

 

 

Legally per the weight tags on the door jamb, the payload, RGAWR and GVWR don't change if you had a 2500hd and added the 3500hd helper springs. 


In practically sense, yes it would equal it to a 3500hd from the factory.  

Please link or cite a state or federal statue that says the manufacturer’s GVWR cannot be exceeded by law. In some states, you can register at higher or lower GVWRs. For non-commercial applications, weight is rarely, if ever, enforced. For non-commercial applications, what is enforceable?  Serious questions here as there’s a lot of stuff posted on the matter but I’ve not found any citations of specific law that addresses this. 

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