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Not to be a kiss butt sap, but

 

Thank you guys so very much. 

 

This forum is a goldmine of information. From Transmission thermostat deletes to suspension overhaul to what kind of differential oil and many other topics, I can count on GM-Trucks.com and you fine folks to have 14 different ways to do things and valid and helpful thoughts on topics as well. I like to think I'm a decent DIY guy but I could not do it without you guys. Any given day I can log on and I learn new stuff, like the upgraded trans thermostat, or new TSBs for fluid specifications, or tips and tricks to make life just a little easier. It's great to know such a great resource is just a click away, and it's because of the cool dudes (and some dudettes) that frequent this site. 

 

New project coming up? Check GM-Trucks. What's the scoop on a common K2 problem? GM-Trucks. What's the best way to tackle a tricky part replacement? GM-Trucks. 

 

After the good experience I have had with my Cadillac forums, I started looking for one when I first got Clyde. I'm so glad I found this site. 

 

Thank you guys. 

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I couldn’t agree more. In 12-31-13 I got a call from my ex son-in-law a car salesman. The day is winding down he needs one more sale to make his month, maybe year. They had discounts on a 14 GMC that seemed unreal. It’s been awhile between new GM trucks with no time to research I bought it. The deal was that good. Needless to say I was impressed with the truck. Seeing things I was unfamiliar with I started looking for a website and found this one. Is been very informative and answered all my questions. 

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True dat Cadillac.

I joined this forum after buying my used 12 Sierra in 2015. I also belong to 5 other forums. Two other forums have the knowledge base like here. One is for guns and the other is for ATV's. 

This forum has the most activity. 

I have learned a lot from my forums but by far the most on this forum. 

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Yes, this site is a plethora of information. I joined in 2002 when I purchased my 2002 Silverado.  If you need any information on your GM truck, just type in the search.  Even better some times I find, if I type in Google what I want and then add GM-Trucks, it brings up a ton of links.

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8 hours ago, CadillacLuke24 said:

Not to be a kiss butt sap, but

 

Thank you guys so very much. 

 

This forum is a goldmine of information. From Transmission thermostat deletes to suspension overhaul to what kind of differential oil and many other topics, I can count on GM-Trucks.com and you fine folks to have 14 different ways to do things and valid and helpful thoughts on topics as well. I like to think I'm a decent DIY guy but I could not do it without you guys. Any given day I can log on and I learn new stuff, like the upgraded trans thermostat, or new TSBs for fluid specifications, or tips and tricks to make life just a little easier. It's great to know such a great resource is just a click away, and it's because of the cool dudes (and some dudettes) that frequent this site. 

 

New project coming up? Check GM-Trucks. What's the scoop on a common K2 problem? GM-Trucks. What's the best way to tackle a tricky part replacement? GM-Trucks. 

 

After the good experience I have had with my Cadillac forums, I started looking for one when I first got Clyde. I'm so glad I found this site. 

 

Thank you guys. 

I am new here, but I am sure that this forum is a treasure trove of information and here you can find the answer to almost any question!

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