How are the LML's holding up?

Yngdmax92

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It's a 2012 Denali, starlite tuned since 116k. Crew cab dually. Strict hotshot truck, and it hauls heavy. Has the 19.5 conversation on it. Looks frican mint too!
 

rcr1978

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Must be a flat lander truck, it would be dead here :woott: I've seen a 100% stock LML crack them here under a 100k to many big passes and heat in the west.
 

Hoser

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I’ve only got 112K on mine, but it’s almost always hooked to something or hauling heavy. I drive it like it’s meant to be driven, foot to the floor whether I have my trailers on the back or not. I do brake stands, whip donuts, yank big oak trees out of the woods, haul heaps of firewood through the woods, race anybody that’s willing, etc, and besides a few trips to the shop for warranty work, mainly emissions related, it’s been a solid truck. I guess I do currently have a crack in my radiator but I’m not in any big rush to fix it, even towing my gooseneck through the mountains it never gets warm. It’s been a pretty solid platform for me, a few more issues than my previous gen Duramax trucks, but again, mainly because of emissions.
 

S Phinney

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They are fairly solid trucks. Maintenance is the most important part of issues with any vehicle. I would buy a 15-16 model if I were looking.


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