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Back in a Dmax!

Back in a Dmax!

Postby LBZDMAX [OP] » May 22 2021, 1:22pm

It’s been forever since I’ve logged in here. I recognize a few names around still from years ago. Anyway, I got back in a Dmax recently and thought I’d share. It’s a 2003 GMC with 56k miles on it and in amazing condition. I’ve done a few small things but nothing crazy like all my other trucks have been. Nice to be back in one, I missed having one for sure.
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby Papa1948 » May 22 2021, 1:39pm

Husband owns a 2020 Diesel Dmax. He always thought his truck weighed 9000 lbs. He has 3 different papers of documentation with 3 different weights for his truck - it goes from 7000 to 12,000 lbs!!!!!! I told him to go to a CAT weight place and get it weighed. The price for DMV registration goes by weight. Suggestions???
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby LBZDMAX [OP] » May 22 2021, 3:46pm

That’s crazy. Go get it weighed then subtract his weight and use that for sure. I’ve gone to a mill before and they’ll do it no problem.
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby tobyhd02 » May 22 2021, 4:02pm

welcome back! thats a nice looking truck!
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Gone but not forgotten:
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby 19trax9519trax95 is online! » May 22 2021, 6:31pm

Clean looking truck.

Any big plans for it?
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby LBZDMAX [OP] » May 25 2021, 2:11am

I don’t know how crazy I’ll get with it. I told myself stock fancy but who knows. It all depends on if I get my uncles Dmax here before long. If I end up with it I’ll go nuts and make this one super nice and let it stay at home and be all pretty n stuff.
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Re: Back in a Dmax!

Postby Farmguy » May 25 2021, 3:22am

Papa1948 wrote:Husband owns a 2020 Diesel Dmax. He always thought his truck weighed 9000 lbs. He has 3 different papers of documentation with 3 different weights for his truck - it goes from 7000 to 12,000 lbs!!!!!! I told him to go to a CAT weight place and get it weighed. The price for DMV registration goes by weight. Suggestions???


The newer GM' trucks, including the 2020's will have silver and black labels on the door post that list the tow ratings, axle ratings etc --- and also list the Curb Weight for that truck.

Some of those 'weights' listed are likely weight ratings rather than the 'curb weight' (which is what the truck will weigh)
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