Well, the continues for a Suburban. Went again today to look at a 1996 2500. Here's the questions:
How can you tell it's the big engine
Agreed. I think you guys do a great job with only a few of you.
The one concern I have is we seem to have lost quite a few good members
I have a like new, Blue Granite Metallic color matched, FlipPac in for sale. I traded in the truck and they wouldn't pay for the FlipPac so I still
The NBS trucks 99-07 had a separate bulb for the DRLs IIRC. After that GM moved back to lower voltage to the low beam.
missed this thread somehow. grats dude!
backing isnt that hard, just remember right is left, and left is right.
id love to come down that way again!
I wish I could, but I live in one of the MANY counties in CA that simply don't issue CCW permits. Sucks.
Thanks but no lake it was on the Hudson river and we did not have a trailer for it.. It was fun But we sold it a few years ago...
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Ok - seriously...we've had boats for 20+ years and have loved it. They are a great family
Didnt even know about that, glad someone else jumped in with a possible solution. My truck still has the hydraulic but is a 2500.
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