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Old 05-24-2003, 10:41 AM
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Bought a used 99' Suburban 1500 LT loaded to the gills. Very happy with the truck. Next one will be a new Suburban.
I really love this truck and would keep it and drive it until the wheels fall off, but I need something with a higher towing capacity within the next two weeks

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Old 05-24-2003, 11:30 AM
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Hey! Is that a 4x4?


310Sunsport can you get me a white GMC with the chrome pimp daddy rims? $$$$??


What is the difference between the denali and the other suv's?
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Hey! Is that a 4x4?


310Sunsport can you get me a white GMC with the chrome pimp daddy rims? $$$$??


What is the difference between the denali and the other suv's?

Yes it is 4X4.

The Denali is a real fancy GMC Tahoe or Suburban. Kind of more like an Cad. Escalade.
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craig still got that tahoe ??? mike 502 548 3310
 
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Hmmmmm, higher towing capacity? Two weeks? Something sounds like that little boon-doggle trip to LA with Hugh went REALLY WELL!!!!
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trade in value in excellent condition is about $5000.
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I trust www.Edmunds.com moreso than NADA. NADA always seams more slighted toward the dealer rather than consumer.

I think you have it priced right; as you are willing to negotiate. $5500 is not too shabby on Trade-In, but it sounds as though the dealer is getting some moolah back from the hold back, as he is going to have to wholesale it anyhow.

You can always check with 'bsag' from here on the board to see what he can do for you. He took care of Too Old, myself, and a few others.

Are you getting the 8.1 or the 6.0 in the Suburban, (or is it an older one)? Just remember my mileage went from 14 all the time on the '96 2 Door Tahoe, to down right PAINFUL on the new 8.1. Thankfully, it has been retired from daily driver to boat puller only.
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And one other thing.... I change the oil after every time that I drive it
sounds familiar
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Wait, you mean; crankcase, tranny, brake, freon, wiper fluid, antifreeze, front transaxle, and rear transaxle fluids too right? I imagine you go ahead and re-pack all the bearings and zerks each time out too right?

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Wait, you mean; crankcase, tranny, brake, freon, wiper fluid, antifreeze, front transaxle, and rear transaxle fluids too right? I imagine you go ahead and re-pack all the bearings and zerks each time out too right?




You guys are funny. I still have the truck. I think that advertising it on Memorial Day weekend was a bad idea. Between the Holiday and the RAIN, I got very few calls.

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