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    Re: towing advice please

    200 lbs tounge wt. is about right

    for a bass boat.

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    Re: towing advice please

    Air Lift 1000 air springs.... installed on my last two trucks. Definately get individual fill fittings for each bag. I have my air fill fittings routed to become my upper rear license plate bolts, and it looks trick. It basically makes the rear of your truck into an adjustable anti-sway bar, towing or not, I love mine. $300+/- installed.

    Firestone Ride-Right Air Bags are also used by a few members. Do a search on Air Bags, there is lots of info.
    Last edited by Sydwayz; 07-29-2004 at 01:58 PM.

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    what is the dry weight of a 91 35 cigarette with twin 496's

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    35 cigarette

    dry weight of boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneillsmobile View Post
    what is the dry weight of a 91 35 cigarette with twin 496's

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    Quote Originally Posted by ActiveThunderTodd View Post
    remember...the GM 2500 HD is the same as a Ford 1 Ton single rear wheel. GM doesnt make a 1 ton srw. I have a Chevy 2500 HD Duramax/Allison that pulls much better then my old ford 3500 srw. The Duramax is awsome and the Allison transmision is the ONLY way to go. I loved my ford but I love the chevy even more.
    GM has an option on the 3500 to get SRW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydwayz View Post
    I will never own a truck without Air Bags helping the rear suspension. Changed my Tahoe into a totally new truck, and I installed them on my Avalanche when only towing 7K lbs, no where near full towing capacity. Now towing 12K lbs, they are really nice to have. When I upgrade to a dually, I will have them installed again.
    Some of the h2's have the rear air bags fromt the factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer View Post
    avalanche and h2 are on the same platform isnt there a H2 tow package?

    i guess not or youd see more prob just get a dually for under 10k when i start looking
    The Avalanche 2500 is/was not off the same chassis as the Tahoe and Hummer. The Tahoe and Hummer H2 are off a 1500 chassis.

    2500 Avalanche/Suburban is on the old GMT 800 platform and had a beefier frame.


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