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Well after owning my new 2022 AT4 for 3 months putting 9.2k miles on her I traded it in for this beauty. 2022 AT4 6.6L diesel with ever option GM offers 😁 Its not as quick as the 1500 6.2l (yet that is) but I’m very happy with the upgrade!
 

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Well after owning my new 2022 AT4 for 3 months putting 9.2k miles on her I traded it in for this beauty. 2022 AT4 6.6L diesel with ever option GM offers 😁 Its not as quick as the 1500 6.2l (yet that is) but I’m very happy with the upgrade!
Nice!! I've had mine (1500) for a week now and I really hope I stay happy with the baby duramax lol. My little V6 tacoma pulled all my toys just fine here in Florida but I'm looking for a few acres in GA to just have as land and future project(s) because we visit every few months to play in the mountains etc. Looks great man! Congrats on the upgrade!!
 

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Well after owning my new 2022 AT4 for 3 months putting 9.2k miles on her I traded it in for this beauty. 2022 AT4 6.6L diesel with ever option GM offers 😁 Its not as quick as the 1500 6.2l (yet that is) but I’m very happy with the upgrade!
Nice, you will really like it. Love the color! That was my second choice for color, but opted for forest metallic because my previous truck was red.

I’ve had my 2022 AT4 6.6L 3500 for about 2 months. Such a different driving experience than my old 2015 Silverado 5.3L. Towed our 8000 camper yesterday for the first time with the AT4 and could barely tell there was a camper back there. My Silverado was struggling to pull the camper. I really like my new truck, just don’t like fueling it up. Cost me $170 last week to fill it up.
 
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Nice, you will really like it. Love the color! That was my second choice for color, but opted for forest metallic because my previous truck was red.

I’ve had my 2022 AT4 6.6L 3500 for about 2 months. Such a different driving experience than my old 2015 Silverado 5.3L. Towed our 8000 camper yesterday for the first time with the AT4 and could barely tell there was a camper back there. My Silverado was struggling to pull the camper. I really like my new truck, just don’t like fueling it up. Cost me $170 last week to fill it up.
Lol I feel your pain! I travel for work so I just ordered a 68gal slip tank that’ll fit under my bed cover. Up in PA diesel is damn near $6 a gallon! Starting to think I should have gone for the 90gal but meh I’ll still be able to enjoy topping it off in Texas a little bit lol
 

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Very Nice! I had two of them then went the other way back to 1500. Back up to anything, it’ll pull it! I hit the scales at the co-op with my equipment load when moving from one property to another. Came in just shy or 24,000 lbs - no problem. Well stopping was interesting, even with trailer brakes.
 
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Very Nice! I had two of them then went the other way back to 1500. Back up to anything, it’ll pull it! I hit the scales at the co-op with my equipment load when moving from one property to another. Came in just shy or 24,000 lbs - no problem. Well stopping was interesting, even with trailer brakes.
I bet stopping was a hell of a ride especially down hill 🤣 If you ever want a Pulsar LT I’ve got one that was only used for a few weeks sitting on my shelf 😉 It’s for 19-22 on both 5.3l or 6.2l.
 

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I tried to get your color TWICE, it was never there. It really stands out in a crowd. Thanks, I will let you know. I have yet to research the Pulsar LT. Wish we were closer- I got 10 gal of DEF in my shed😂😂
 
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I tried to get your color TWICE, it was never there. It really stands out in a crowd. Thanks, I will let you know. I have yet to research the Pulsar LT.
It doesn’t actually add any HP but the throttle adjust on setting 3 is how these trucks should be from the factory. I threw it on level 5 once and with traction control off I thought I was in my boosted truck 🤣 Main reason I bought it was to bump the limiter to 140mph, tire size change, and DFM disable. Luckily my truck didn’t have the auto start and stop crap. But I could see the TPMS being handy from time to time too. The Pulsar V3 I got for my new 2500 will only allow 117mph for 2022 but if it was a 2019 it would go to 140mph 🙄 Hopefully they’ll update it 🤞🤣
 

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Just my 2 cents, and everyone got that. My first 2500, went easy, cheap way of tighten torsin bars half way to put on 35’s. Second 2500, went with leveling kit. Much, much happier with true level kit. Also, 35’s fit on my bone stock truck- no rubbing.
 
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Just my 2 cents, and everyone got that. My first 2500, went easy, cheap way of tighten torsin bars half way to put on 35’s. Second 2500, went with leveling kit. Much, much happier with true level kit. Also, 35’s fit on my bone stock truck- no rubbing.
What leveling kit did you go with? Leveling and 35’s are on my to do list once the stock tires tap out, which will probably happen this winter (dirt roads really tear them up). My truck is a long bed, so it looks really retarded with the stock rake. 🤣
 

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Pretty sure it was Rough Country, during covid took the only one they had in stock. It was funny to me, they changed out everything in front end to lift it 2 in. But it had a 1 inch block for rear, they would not leave block out as gonna put THE kit in. It was rear high when I left, when pulled outta my shop hour later minus block straight level. Long short, put everything in front where should be for ride. That was 2021, bet there better out there now.
 
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