How To: Trailer Hitch on Tahoe PPV

Discussion in 'Tech Info' started by Mostwanted1, Feb 6, 2015.

  1. Blackdrag450r

    Blackdrag450r TYF Newbie

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    ummm. I'd rather not say... lol
    Was yours a gm part or an aftermarket?
     
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    Hahaha, its ok.
    Yes, GM rebar.
     
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    How much heavier is the bar with the hitch versus the blank bar? I got a hitch today and it seems really heavy.
     
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    Hmm, honestly don't remember. Mine has been on for a couple of years now.
    There shouldn't be that big of a difference though.
     
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    Newbie here, have been in search of a decent forum for a while now and stumbled across this one here. First time I've thought about doing a receiver hitch on my 2007 PPV and was curious as to the tow/haul settings. I've pulled plenty of trailers in civilian trucks with the tow/haul mode but how would this work in my Tahoe? I haven't had a chance yet to look into wiring/tuning fixes but was curious if anyone had added a tow/haul mode into a PPV that originally didn't come with one? Pretty sure I can copy a table from a civilian LT model and add it to mine but has anyone else done this before? I know this is an oooooooold thread but it looked like you all were fairly intelligent. Just looking for some insight.
     

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