I’ve been following this thread. And I want to share with you guys how far things have progressed since I bought my first tow vehicle. I still have my sales brochure of the 1997 GMC K2500 With a 5.7L V-8.
255 HP and 330 lb/ft of Torque.
6,000 pounds tow rating with the 3.73 axle ratio,
This is a very convenient place to mount the control knob. You just have to remove the trim panel below the steering wheel and the Start/Stop and HVAC panel to gain access.
It is a natural reach while driving, and It preserves the 12V DC plug, for future use.
Place the white...
I bought and installed these a few days ago. So far, I can’t find the right amount of plugs in the center area to even out the airflow to the edges. Also, I’ve had a few plugs come loose and pop free.
I think I might try drilling 1/8” holes in about 20 plugs and cover the whole center section.
I pulled this #6,000 pound boat with a stock Sport S.
No weight distribution hitch or sway bar.
I would have no qualms doing this locally, but not for long Interstate hauls. The winds would push it around more than I’m comfortable with.
I think I have The cheapest way to get improved look and performance:
Buy a takeoff Rubicon suspension off the forum for $400.
Buy a set of 1” Daystar spacers For $50.
Buy the Kenda Klever R/T 35x10.50r17 for $800.
Alternatively, if you want some tire stick out, get the 12.50” version for...