Original truck was 1.06 inches lower on
left side. After much stalling, and
finally arbitration, GM replaced
w/truck that was 0.8 inches lower!
Performance OK. Engine much smoother
than '92. Brake problems persist. Had
to replace pads & turn front rotors at
19,400 miles, at my own expense.
Construction somewhat shoddy (poor
fitup in sheet metal on roof).
Comfortable seating, automatic
headlights, good acceleration (on dry
Better quality control! Make trucks
level, and make the sheet metal fit.
FIX THE DARNED BRAKES!! use stainless
caliper pins, and buy good rotor
castings, without inclusions!!
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