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Old 04-30-2007, 09:50 PM   #41 (permalink)
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What year GMC and what year Chevy?

Any difference other then mileage, like options?
The GMC is an 03', it's loaded LS with everything except steering wheel controls.
The Chevy is an 02', it's a standard LS with most power equipment and a rubber floor and manuel mirrors .
Best price they will do on the Chevy is $22,200
I offered $25,500 on the GMC and they said I need to get closer to $27,500 .
The Chevy is 500mi away and the GMC is 1500mi away .

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Old 04-30-2007, 10:14 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Man that is tough. 01-02 Chevy's have the best looking front end. 03 is the updated interior, so the GMC is nicer inside (dual zone climate controls)

It seems like you may like the GMC better.

I guess if it were me, the updated interior and the 60k less miles may sway me to pay the extra money (even though that Chevy has a really good looking front end).

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Old 04-30-2007, 10:58 PM   #43 (permalink)
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If the two trucks are $5k apart, it would be a no brainer for me...

Jimmy all the way...

Now, if it's just money you don't feel comfortable spending, I'm sure others will come up.

It stinks finding a truck you want at a price you don't want to pay.
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:00 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Man that is tough. 01-02 Chevy's have the best looking front end. 03 is the updated interior, so the GMC is nicer inside (dual zone climate controls)

It seems like you may like the GMC better.

I guess if it were me, the updated interior and the 60k less miles may sway me to pay the extra money (even though that Chevy has a really good looking front end).
Money being no object...

He should buy both, and put the Chevy clip on the Jimmy. Best of both worlds!
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:12 PM   #45 (permalink)
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I'm definately leaning towards the GMC but may end up waiting a bit longer . I don't want to but the distance sucks and I should let business pick up a little before I jump into a second D-Max. I need one but I can get by with what I have until I'm sure {have $$$$ in hand} I have some sales made. I don't think either are going anywhere fast .
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:36 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Another thing to think of is that GM may back the flywheel in the GMC (under 100k), of course judging by most of 01Duramax6spd's posts, I would imagine any DMF wouldn't be there for long.
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Another thing to think of is that GM may back the flywheel in the GMC (under 100k), of course judging by most of 01Duramax6spd's posts, I would imagine any DMF wouldn't be there for long.
I already have a SBC lined up when I get another one . They would get tired of replacing them if I kept the DMF .
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found a 2004 GMC2500HD CC ZF-6 for $23,995
here http://mannchevy.com/main.php
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found a 2004 GMC2500HD CC ZF-6 for $23,995
here http://mannchevy.com/main.php
I can't see/find it for some reason. I'm just about to quit looking and buy a Cummins .
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I can't see/find it for some reason. I'm just about to quit looking and buy a Cummins .

just give them a call. it is green by the way. saw it in a auto traider.

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