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Well you could say I left the dark side (Toyota) and am now in the Sunnyside (GMC). At least I hope
it will be the Sunnyside. It's Stealth Gray which is different then the last two Black trucks I have had.
I know I'm going to enjoy towing with the Duramax and Allison. The only help the 4.7 in the Toyota
had was the 4.10 rear end. But being honest the 2000 Tundra was a good truck, no problems of
any sort just routine maintenance.
I pick up Max this afternoon hopefully, I want to get it home before we get a snow/Ice/Rain storm
that is predicted tonight and then changing over to rain tomorrow. I got the GMC mud flaps and
the underseat storage box, but I'm really debating the box. It might be more of a pain when I'm
trying to put stuff in back of the drivers seat. What's everyone's opinion?, does anyone use it?
 

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Welcome to the site! I too am a Toyota defector. I'm a lifetime Chevy owner but had a 2002 Tacoma doublecab limited that I traded in when I bought my Duramax. You will love yours!
 

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Hey congrats on the new truck. I was going to buy a backseat storage box but I found I just couldn't fit anything I needed in there. ( I built one out of cardboard for a test fit before I ordered it) What do you plan on storing back there?
 

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Welcome, previously had 4 Toyota trucks. :sign0016:
 

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Storage Box

In a weak moment I just bought the storage box, definately overpriced and after I found it at another
dealership for about $15 less. I'm going to try and modify the installation so I can remove it when I want
to. Maybe by reversing the bolts and using wingnuts. Let you know how I made out. My Toyota had
a compartment with the Jack and another that was storage in the floor under the rear seat. I kept a
4 ton piston jack for our Travel Trailer and two breakdown reflectors. This box should hold that and some
other stuff I want to carry.
Also got the splash guards, I'm installing all this stuff. So that means I'm really going to drill holes in my
new truck!!!
It started snowing before I left the dealership last night so I drove home in a snow storm with snow covered roads. Handled like a dream. I'm really beginning to feel a bond with "Max".​
 

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Storage Box

In a weak moment I just bought the storage box, definately overpriced and after I found it at another
dealership for about $15 less. I'm going to try and modify the installation so I can remove it when I want
to. Maybe by reversing the bolts and using wingnuts. Let you know how I made out. My Toyota had
a compartment with the Jack and another that was storage in the floor under the rear seat. I kept a
4 ton piston jack for our Travel Trailer and two breakdown reflectors. This box should hold that and some
other stuff I want to carry.
Also got the splash guards, I'm installing all this stuff. So that means I'm really going to drill holes in my
new truck!!!
It started snowing before I left the dealership last night so I drove home in a snow storm with snow covered
roads. Handled like a dream. I'm really beginning to feel a bond with "Max".​
 
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