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Not exactly my cup of tea. Looks unfinished and kind of ratty. Those dually fenders continuing into the rear door look awful. I know there are better options than that. I think the seller is quite optimistic with the asking price.

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Not exactly my cup of tea. Looks unfinished and kind of ratty. Those dually fenders continuing into the rear door look awful. I know there are better options than that. I think the seller is quite optimistic with the asking price.

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You posted a link from ebay, no mention that it belonged to you or any other member, just a link.

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You posted a link from ebay, no mention that it belonged to you or any other member, just a link.
Did I really? Awww.
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THAT TRUCK IS BADASS!!! Itís sad how people come on here to hate 😂 must be ford drivers.
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THAT TRUCK IS BADASS!!! Itís sad how people come on here to hate 😂 must be ford drivers.
to be fair, they probably own a Chevy. A cute little 2.2 s10...
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While an 8.1 dually Suburban is pretty badass, I question the actual benefit. I guess I'm more of a function over form guy, and I don't see how you get any additional capability out of such a modification. Still have an 8600 GVWR, but with a lower payload now because of all the added weight. The rear axle can certainly carry more weight now, since the limiting factor in stock 2500 Burbs is the tires, but no other upgrade means you're still stuck with 8600 GVWR brakes.

The 8.1 Suburbans are certainly unicorns, but I seriously question the value of $19k. Maybe, if the truck had 100k miles, it might be worth that. But that value with 190k miles on it? It's not a diesel.

You've got unpainted fenders, a whole bunch of spaghetti wiring hanging down from the rear, and anyone over 20 has no interest in train horns. If you want top dollar for it, get the fenders painted, remove all the stickers and tidy things up. Right now, it looks like someone's incomplete project. And you said it yourself - the T-case needs to be rebuilt.

If I was in the market, I might offer $8k or $9k. And no, I don't drive a cute little 2.2 S10.

ETA: This is my cute little truck, and I know it's not even worth $19k:

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While an 8.1 dually Suburban is pretty badass, I question the actual benefit. I guess I'm more of a function over form guy, and I don't see how you get any additional capability out of such a modification. Still have an 8600 GVWR, but with a lower payload now because of all the added weight. The rear axle can certainly carry more weight now, since the limiting factor in stock 2500 Burbs is the tires, but no other upgrade means you're still stuck with 8600 GVWR brakes.

The 8.1 Suburbans are certainly unicorns, but I seriously question the value of $19k. Maybe, if the truck had 100k miles, it might be worth that. But that value with 190k miles on it? It's not a diesel.

You've got unpainted fenders, a whole bunch of spaghetti wiring hanging down from the rear, and anyone over 20 has no interest in train horns. If you want top dollar for it, get the fenders painted, remove all the stickers and tidy things up. Right now, it looks like someone's incomplete project. And you said it yourself - the T-case needs to be rebuilt.

If I was in the market, I might offer $8k or $9k. And no, I don't drive a cute little 2.2 S10.

ETA: This is my cute little truck, and I know it's not even worth $19k:
nice truck. Iíd take 9 for it.
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Originally Posted by intheburbs View Post
While an 8.1 dually Suburban is pretty badass, I question the actual benefit. I guess I'm more of a function over form guy, and I don't see how you get any additional capability out of such a modification. Still have an 8600 GVWR, but with a lower payload now because of all the added weight. The rear axle can certainly carry more weight now, since the limiting factor in stock 2500 Burbs is the tires, but no other upgrade means you're still stuck with 8600 GVWR brakes.

The 8.1 Suburbans are certainly unicorns, but I seriously question the value of $19k. Maybe, if the truck had 100k miles, it might be worth that. But that value with 190k miles on it? It's not a diesel.

You've got unpainted fenders, a whole bunch of spaghetti wiring hanging down from the rear, and anyone over 20 has no interest in train horns. If you want top dollar for it, get the fenders painted, remove all the stickers and tidy things up. Right now, it looks like someone's incomplete project. And you said it yourself - the T-case needs to be rebuilt.

If I was in the market, I might offer $8k or $9k. And no, I don't drive a cute little 2.2 S10.

ETA: This is my cute little truck, and I know it's not even worth $19k:
that is a nice truck, to regular for me though , I like to stand out and be unique! I personally wouldnít look twice at your truck driving Down the road but the one honking at me with a train horn hell yeah im looking!!! Who doesnít love train horns besides my 80 year old grandma
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