Be aware that when you get your GMC, on
the freeway or expressway that you will
feel "freeway hop". This is a problem
that GMC knows about but will do
nothing to fix. Because most people
will not test-drive a new vehicle on a
freeway, this is a problem that will
not show up until that first time you
drive your new truck on the freeway,
and think the alinement is out, and
take it back to the dealer, only to be
told that GM is aware of the problem,
and put a lot of weight in the rear of
the bed. Contacting the 1-800 number
did not produce any results either.
Hope this helps at this one other
person before they buy.
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