Type: Posts; User: Cabin Pics
They'll be attached tomorrow.
Along with the super wide wheels.
Gonna be sick, brooooooooooo.
That thing handles that with ease. :thumbup: :thumbup:
I enjoy the hell out of your videos, so by all means, keep it up.
Great write up Brendan.
After being stuck at home for months on end I'm sure it was like getting a new car all over again. :thumbup:
You're right, it isn't a 2500.
It's a 1500HD.
Which means the things it shares in common with the 2500 are: engine, transmission, suspension, brakes, etc etc.
The 1500HD's are pretty cool...
When I was securing Brandon's new truck I *REALLY* wanted the man to accept a deposit from me, to make sure he didn't sell it to someone else. He wouldn't accept, because computers are scary and cash...
I've had my same Oakley frames since 2015, I really like these. But I have vision insurance, and vision insurance allows you to get a new pair of glasses annually. Last year I went ahead and got new...
So. Much. Rust.
Truck drives straight, stops straight, no shudder under braking. Has plenty of power, and overall itís just a really nice truck.
I wish we saw more of these around here.
That's a fantastic truck.
I'd like to add to my larger post above:
If money was no object and I could have either truck again, I'd pick the Chevy every single time. The powertrain is that good. Between the way the truck...
Yeah, Quadrasteer is solid.
Around here I may have an issue getting it aligned properly, but I live in the middle of nowhere.
You being in Chicago makes that a lot easier.
If he wanted an SUV he could have gotten a Q7 whenever he wanted.
Having a truck bed to just throw stuff in without ever having to worry about cleaning up afterwards is wonderful. Plants around...
Most of the terrible issues people having with cam phasers and timing chains are on the 2004+ motors.
The 2V motors between 01-03 are great engines.
With that being said, I don't think...
Very, very cool.
Fantastic purchase OP.
Very cool. I see you packed the trunk nice and tight, have you had issues with stuff getting thrown around when you drive hard in that arrangement?
Nothing wrong with that. Laying a blanket statement down like "no car can go past 200,000 miles without a full rebuild" is just short sighted. It's no problem for most any car, just depends on if it...
Oh come on now. There are tons of German cars out there with way more than 200,000 miles on them running just fine with the original motor and transmission. Hell, there are several just here in TCL....
Wireless you say?
I might know a guy!
Wow, that looks incredible.