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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by A. W. Landscapers Inc., Nov 21, 2013.
Yes it does have power
What a change from the van
The Sierra effortlessly pulls the trailer.
Here are some before and afters of a recent sod installation. Had to fill a hole where the water feature use to be located.
I didn't seem to catch on the thread if it's a 2500 or 3500...?
Ya gotta put some OEM towing mirrors on that beast!
Any plans to get the DPF and DEF system removed?
It's a 2500.
The towing mirrors will be installed on Thursday along with the toolbox and the mud guards (dealer didn't have them in stock when I made the purchase).
This is my first diesel so I don't know much about the pros & cons associated with doing this. Any info/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. A guy at the dealership gave me the name of a place that can do the work but other than that, I don't have a clue.
Better fuel economy, and engine longevity. You'll lose that 5/100,000 powertrain warranty though.
Nice job on the sod, matched up to edge the walkway nice.
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Some before and afters...
More of the after photos