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Old 09-26-2009, 10:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DuraBurb TowPro Duramax 2500HD Suburban

Here is another Duramax Suburban from DuraBurb in Central Fl.
Man these things are a blast to drive, on 65HP tune and 305/70/16's you can sling the rear end around like an S-10 with a 350! God I wish I could afford one of these trucks! In the mean time I'll live vicariously through the wealthy and fortunate few. If we charged what these trucks are really worth may-be I could own one. Oh well.


Heres the vid guys, enjoy!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8Hp4Fct900
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Old 09-27-2009, 02:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does this guy have a website? What does one of these cost?
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Old 09-27-2009, 02:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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No just you tube.
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Old 09-27-2009, 11:02 PM   #4 (permalink)
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very clean install. I'm glad somebody is doing the work that GM should have done when the Duramax was introduced in 2001. when I settle down and have some kids I will be buying one of these.

The Hd front, 11.5 AAM......(drools on self)

OT, GM should pay you royalties.
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Yea Rafedial, I agree, the 3+" lift and HD grille give the truck a "BIG TRUCK" look and when parked next to a 2500HD sibling they match bumper to bumper exactly.
When you whip up next to an Excursion you are actually above it! I did that at the Ford dealer yesterday, jumped out & looked at the guy next to me in his Excursion and said “hey that’s a cute truck you have there” I got no response, just a smile. They are fun and the only people that notice are the ones that get it.
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thoes are simply beautiful, if i only had the money
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GM didn't offer this package.

FAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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These are sick...but $80k. Come on.

I would love one but what's wrong with a PowerStroke Excursion. They are amazing and you can pick up one with low mileage in mint for $30k. You are paying for two vehicals and the labor to do the switch.

You could get the damax and ally in a freakin van, but not a suburban or Yukon XL. I agree, fail.
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Rampant,

Careful we aren't associated with Bill and the Chevy dealership in Co. We are in Orange County Central Florida just out of Orlando. That web site you posted is over 1000 mi away from us and is one of four they are using to unload the last 3 trucks they have at WAY MORE then they are worth. those are 30 to 40K trucks grossly over priced. we build trucks in the 25-30K range.
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Rampant,

Careful we aren't associated with Bill and the Chevy dealership in Co. We are in Orange County Central Florida just out of Orlando. That web site you posted 1000 mi away from us is one of four they are using to unload the last 3 trucks they have at WAY MORE then they are worth. those are 30 to 40K trucks grossly over priced. we build trucks in the 25-30K range.
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after reading that i feel better, i was under the impression too that they were 80k but like you said that must have been the other guy.

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