2019 Chevy truck reveiled.

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  1. Captain Decent

    Captain Decent I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I believe you but I think it's best I don't get a taste of the good life. Plus I'd have to buy a rascal to get me to the door from the overflow parking lot.

    But for towing a production aluminum rig a dually might not be worth it unless you have other needs. That's all I'm saying.
     
  2. aguachico

    aguachico I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I love pickup debates!

    New trucks are too expensive. I'm keeping my '04 f250 with an '06 engine. 260k milles. $300 a month in maint a year.
     
  3. cohotr

    cohotr Member

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  4. cohotr

    cohotr Member

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    Hope this helps
     
  5. cohotr

    cohotr Member

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    Reason I went to one ton is because it is classified as a commercial vehicle and should reduce tab costs. Anybody know for sure???
     
  6. cohotr

    cohotr Member

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    You too did your daughter get what she wanted?
     
  7. cohotr

    cohotr Member

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    Worked with composites for 28 years and would not like to have it in a truck bed Goatram is correct. Does not like other materials install on top so have to insulate between the two. Not sure how they plan on attaching it to the frame or installing bolts though it
     
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  8. Chtucker

    Chtucker Lowe boat denter

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    |>|%}!!? Snows=4wd actuator on the FJ Cruiser decides to not engage the front axles. Transfer case goes into 4wd.

    $300 part and a few hours.

    Second tepair alternator at 104k, actuator at 128k. Need to get the driver sode seat cover fixed.
     
  9. WaterOps

    WaterOps JUST A HO

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    Yup she got the Malibu.
     
  10. Chtucker

    Chtucker Lowe boat denter

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    Just register in Westport to avoid the ST3 taxes....
     
  11. WaterOps

    WaterOps JUST A HO

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  12. Chtucker

    Chtucker Lowe boat denter

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    Thanks for the correction! Does it work out to be about the same $$$ or less?

    My better half wants a new SUV, I want a truck.
     
  13. Barracuda1

    Barracuda1 Master of None

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    I didn't bother reading all of this thread but, for you haters... I'd rather push or pull a Chevy than drive the rest. Yes! That means whatever POS you think is awesome that ain't "GOVMENT MOTORS" :beerbang: Merry Christmas bitches!
     
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  14. gunnyslinger

    gunnyslinger I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I’ve had GM, Ford, and Dodge in the past. Yeah.........I’ll keep my tundra. GM and Dodge are complete garbage when it comes to “fit and finish”.
    Tho, the best truck I’ve owned prior, was a 96 Silverado with the old reliable 350. Put 375k on it with no major issues. Wouldn’t touch a new GM.
     
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  15. AndyJ

    AndyJ Undocumented "Member"

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    My 2000 suburban 6l 4wd LT is the best truck I've owned. Paid $40k cash new in 2000. Still strong.
     
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  16. Odin7

    Odin7 Odin7

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    If any of them want to impress me, build one that doesn't break down, can haul/carry like a big truck and gets 25 plus miles per gallon when doing so.

    I don't care if it looks like a cross between a Pacer and an El Camino and comes with an 8-track player.

    My one ton Silverado can power up Snoqualmie Pass fully loaded down passing Prius's left and right while the speedometer goes one way and the fuel gauge goes the other. Don't get me wrong, I love my truck but the past two months I have crisscrossed the state more times than Hillary has said the word "misogyny" and feel like I gave the freakin frackers a Christmas Present.

    What is the best mileage you are getting out of your rigs?
     
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  17. goatram

    goatram Notable Member Gate Keeper to the Great Northwest

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    10 MPG towing.
    13 to 14 running 70 to 80mph
    16mpg if I can keep it at 60.
    Right now the combined milage is 12.9mpg for the last 10,000 miles.
    2015 DRW 6.7L Ford F350.
     
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  18. Willapa

    Willapa Member

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    2006 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel
    22 mpg empty on the freeway (70 and under)
    14 mpg towing
     
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  19. Odin7

    Odin7 Odin7

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    That's exactly where I am with my 2010 3500 6.0L Gasoline Silverado. Actually, I only get 15 at 60.
     
  20. hawksfan75

    hawksfan75 More questions than answers

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    What he said. Except mine is an ‘05
     

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