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truck replacement

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by captfudd, Jan 19, 2003.

  1. captfudd

    captfudd Member
    Messages: 88

    okay here is my situation, i currently have a dodge 1500 and i am less than happy with it, so i am going back to a chevy, my questions are 1- how are the 2500's ext. cab with plows, 2- how is chevy with the warranty 3- how are there diesels, all comments are appreciated, i am probably looking at buying from 2000 to present depending on finances ... thanks in advance
  2. wxmn6

    wxmn6 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,037

    Chevy Silverado 2500HD extended cab short box will be an excellent truck for snowplowing. It is a very popular setup for snowplowing. While I do own '02 2500HD, I don't have a plow on it right now, but from what I have heard from other owners, they are happy with it. I am sure it would be harder to manuever in tight driveways than with a smaller truck but it got the power to plow a mountain of snow. :D Now with the warranty, I think it is good. 3years/36,000miles. I don't think it is necessary for you to get a diesel truck. Alot of owners have 6.0L gas with 4 speed automatic transmission and it have plenty of power for plowing. Plus, if you put a diesel on your truck, your front end are limited to plow size. With my 6.0L gas, I can put plow as big as 9.5' Fisher V plow. But I only need a 8' plow and it will be easier on the front end.