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Old 05-20-2004, 01:01 AM
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Doesn't it make you want to puke
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If you think the Avalanche is bad....you should see my 1979 GMC Dually! King cab, fenders tacked on, no seatbelts, no radio, no right rear shock, and about 200,000 miles. Only cost me $2800. Fortunately, I only tow twice a year!
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Yeah, but you still have to look at it....
What he said

Once you tow with a diesel you'll never go back. I prefer ford's but as an absolute last resort if there were no other options i could probably drive a duramax for a little while i would just have to have dark tinted windows so no one could see me
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You guys don't know what your talking about. Here's mine. If you really knew your vehicles you would recognize a real truck when you saw it!
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Old 05-20-2004, 08:22 AM
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You guys don't know what your talking about. Here's mine. If you really knew your vehicles you would recognize a real truck when you saw it!
Is that thermal glass for that door window or single pane?
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Two panes put together with 50 mile an hour tape!
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Just because you can tow with an UGLYLANCH doesn't mean you have to
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Since they are trying to sway you into the direction of the Avalanche maybe you could pickup an Aztec as your daily driver


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expresscat39, Nice touch custom wood accent door panels
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Jeez, all the Avalanche bashers...I bought a '04 Avalanche 2500/8.1/4.10 and love it! Best of both worlds - SUV and Pickup. What other SUV can you haul 2 Big Blocks with Velvet Drives in? My 35 Mistress and trailer are probably very close to, if not slightly over 12000 lbs and it tows it with ease.
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