Hauling hay and horses has never been
so easy, power to spare, better on fuel
mileage that I would have though.
Pulling a small 2-horse slant load
trailer with two 1200 lb. horses or a
twenty-foot trailer loaded with three
round bails of hay, I get an average of
18 miles per gallon. Without pulling, I
get between 21 and 25 miles per Gallon.
Truck looks great! Fuel mileage (non
towing) is not bad for a ton dually at
13 mpg. Towing is another story. Six
(6) miles per gallon is the average for
this 6.0L engine.
Tow mileage is terrible and the truck
is at its maximum performance on the
interstate at 70mph. It absolutely has
no power left.
Looks great, easy tod rive and quite
comfortable for a ton truck with tow
and snow plow features.
Increase torque to allow easier towing
and increase performance to establish
I love the tramendous performance of my
sierra at a ropping 325hp and 370foot
lbs. of tourque.I also love the way it
steers with my camper hooeked to the
back,anyone who likes trucks should
deffinetly at least check it out.
quadra steer,comfort and reliability
and engine performance,oh and a cd
playerwith my dvd and playstation for
yhe kids its worth the $15oo
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