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By Collin McCullick
Can somebody with a loaded 2022 (or 2021) 2500HD 6.6 Gas LT/LTZ (or similar with the options below) post their payload and GVWR?
My wife and I are looking at ordering a loaded 2022 gas 2500HD LT with the Z71 sport package, convenience and safety packages, 5th wheel package, leather bucket seats, sunroof, extra altnernator/battery, etc (pretty much every box checked). The GVWR will be 10,6500#'s, and I'm guessing with it fully loaded it will probably have a payload around 3,100? But I'm curious if anyone already has one or at least very similar what your payload ended up being.
I am wondering if anyone knows of metal skid plates available for the 2020/2021 Silverado 2500HD - and where to order them from.. URL, parts numbers, etc.
I am mainly looking for metal skid plates that cover the engine components at the front and one to cover the transfer case further back.
2016 - Consistent Noise (whirring ?) while in motion - RESOLVED - See my latest post for required repair and partsBy crhoades68
I have an issue and have searched the troubleshooting section but haven't found a thread that really matched my issue.
I recently purchased a 2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4x4 (Regular Cab w/ 8' bed) with 55k miles. When I test drove it all the area roads were either rough or under construction so it was hard to determine much via the test drive. The truck looks in great shape and had good service records including a clean Car Fax.
Once I had driven on familiar roads I noticed a noise that I'm now trying to diagnose and fix. I'm not sure how to describe it but I only hear it when driving (at all speeds). I hear whether or not I'm towing. The noise doesn't get louder with speed and I don't hear it at idle. The dealer had installed new tires (General Grabber) on the existing base 18" wheels. The ride was rougher than I thought it should be and I knew the torsion bars had been cranked. I think it is back to or close to the original ride height and it improved the ride but I still hear the noise. I know that it's not wind related because other people can hear it but it's not so loud that everyone turns and looks at the truck as it passes. I've looked at everything I can think of but don't find an external source.
Any thoughts or ideas would greatly be appreciated.
Hello, Just bought this big boi recently and love everything about it but would like to upgrade couple of things
1. Do the sell Retractable Side Mirrors, I want to be able to when I turn off the car and lock it so that the side mirrors close by itself
2. Also would like to be able to press the little button on door handle to open the door instead of unlocking it. Does this exist for this model?
Any links would be appreciated
2020 Silverado 2500HD
I know there are a few different forums on this topic, but they seem to have gone dead. The steering in my truck clicks and clunks especially at low speeds, and the truck wanders on the highway. I am constantly holding the wheel to the left or right to go straight. I have had the intermediate shaft replaced per the service bulletin. After it was replaced some of the noises were reduced, but not eliminated and the truck will still not track straight especially at highway speeds. It almost feels like a bad tie rod end or ball joint, but the dealership said everything is nice and tight, and I checked just for my sanity. I also added a steering stabilizer in hopes this would help. Is anyone else having these issues, and have you been able to get them fixed?
2020 Silverado LTZ with 6.6 DuPIT5809.pdframax
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