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Old 01-28-2022, 03:51 AM
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I like it better than the F150.
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Old 01-28-2022, 06:23 AM
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Can you run appliances in your house from it like you can from the F150? In case you lose power.
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Wow, does that thing remind me of my old trusty 2002 Avalanche.
Same color scheme, and the unique way that it opened up the whole back of the truck. That is an awesome feature.
I once picked up a bare 66 GTO Frame and brought it home in the back.
Retired that rig to the back 40 in 2018 with 400K on the clock.
If I had been been more proactive with the annual New Hampshire Oil Undercoating (NHOU) I employ now, I would still be driving it.
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Wow, does that thing remind me of my old trusty 2002 Avalanche.

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The only turn off for me is that damn electric silence.
I couldn't own it.
My current DD GMC rocks the 6.2 with a Borla ATAK exhaust.
That thing is just as loud as the L71 with the hooker side pipes.
One of my favorite things about the truck.
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Did I understand it right, 100 mile range?
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I read somewhere 600 mile range?Tom
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A big nope from me.
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Did I understand it right, 100 mile range?
I think what they were implying is that if you need to get 100 miles you can get that range in about 10 minutes. If you're about 100 miles away from your destination and need a little more. It's touted as having a 400 mile range and 10,000lbs of towing.
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