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they have been a better vehicle since 01 compared to the others
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they have been a better vehicle since 01 compared to the others

X2...just been wanting/waiting for GM to take the lead on maximizing performance out of the duramax straight from the factory
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Man, my 2011 Dmax is my first diesel and I can't imagine Chevy making it more than it is. We've made 3 trips so far pulling our Sandpiper 345RET and to me the truck is a pulling beast. But hey, if Chevy can build a stronger truck than Ford or Dodge...more power to them.
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Man, my 2011 Dmax is my first diesel and I can't imagine Chevy making it more than it is. We've made 3 trips so far pulling our Sandpiper 345RET and to me the truck is a pulling beast. But hey, if Chevy can build a stronger truck than Ford or Dodge...more power to them.
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My 03 has 300,000 miles on the LB7 Dmax, still goes down the highway like a frieght train.

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X2...just been wanting/waiting for GM to take the lead on maximizing performance out of the duramax straight from the factory
their is so much hidden performance. .. But for the levels they want it needs lots of air,fuel,pulse width,and timing..
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