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    So if I trade up to this new Silverado...๐Ÿ™„

    http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2017/10/...next-year.html
    A Site for Soar Eyes

  • #2
    Do it!
    That thing is badass!
    Even though it's a Chevy! ๐Ÿ˜œ
    TEAM GORGEOUS

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    • #3
      That's a nice truck. With that, you can pull a toy hauler/ camper (I'm thinking Fifth wheel) and save money on hotel bills, restaurants and never miss out of what happens at night at the flying meets.

      my .02 Cents

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      • #4
        It's just not you Jim! But get one anyway
        You may have to cut back the trees going up the mountain!

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        • #5
          Jim,

          Can you get it with a long bed? You do not want an extended cab. Plus, can you get a a cap for it?

          Steve K

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          • #6
            yes you do want an extended cab.
            Team Horizon Hobby

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            • #7
              It's a 4 door crew cab with a full size 8' bed......it just looks smaller because it's so friken huge!
              TEAM GORGEOUS

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              • #8
                Class 4 and 5 trucks have very low axle ratios meant for hauling heavy equipment such as bulldozers and backhoes. That translates into high fuel costs, which means you will need to invest in an oil well. Class 3 duallies arenโ€™t much better economy-wise. A class 2 (3/4 ton) like Lenโ€™s is a better deal, fuel-wise, and still can haul a 10,000 lb trailer with ease. Even my class 1 (1/2 ton) is rated for a 7,000 lb trailer, which is way more than the weight of the 12-foot x 6 foot ATC trailer (1,200 lbs.) I have on order. But I have to admit, that Chevy looks baaad!

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                • #9
                  Hey Jim....go in style!

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                  • #10
                    How about dual rear axels!

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