Well…After our flat tire, we called the online tire distributor that was used by the previous owner to outfit the suburban with tires. Long-story-short they were unable help. So in this video I give you the rundown of how we got our Duramax Suburban some new shoes, and what were the shortcomings of the online store vs the brick and mortar store we choose.
This is a quick review on our Husky Center Line Weight Distribution Hitch. Here are some quick thoughts as an owner for nearly 12 months. There are some small drawback, but all-in-all it has been a great system.
1-It is noisey.
2-It is nearly impossible to get on or off if tow vehicle and trailer are not in a straight line.
Check out our February Duraburb update here!
Build and Shakedown Review:
So here we sit roughly 45 days later with 3500 driving miles and 2000 towing miles (yeah we had some traveling plans) on our new Duramax powered Chevrolet Suburban. The one word that is continuously thrown around to describe this project as a whole, whether it is by friends, family, fellow travelers, or car enthusiasts is, and I quote…. “Unbelievable”.
The engine gets started this week over at Duraburb, Inc!! Say some prayers all goes well, I have a week long RV trip planned very soon and I need a tow vehicle! 🙂
I’ll be posting more progress pictures tomorrow!!