Thanks for the heads up but not what I am looking for. Too old and wrong diesel and I am not a fan of lifted rigs.Not telling you no on the 05 Suburban 2500.
Does seem a bit pricey. Even with all the updates/repairs.
Wow! That shop repair got a ton of money out that owner!
I am wondering with all the front end work (tie-rod, ball joints, control arm links, etc.), why nobody bothered with control arm bushings? The one I see is old and cracked. With a heavy tow vehicle, I would have figured the cost of those cheap parts, they would have replaced those while the rest of the front suspension was torn apart.
I thought is was kind of funny (but not...) that there was no leaking until the shop power washed the transfer case and oil pan. Then things started leaking!
As Plan B, something like this might be potentially worth checking out for a tow vehicle in your area... $10k for a 2500 6.5 ** Detroit Diesel.
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Glad to see you made an offer that you could live with, if he accepted. Sounds like everyone agrees that a price of $8k would probably be the upper limit.Thanks for the heads up but not what I am looking for. Too old and wrong diesel and I am not a fan of lifted rigs.
Thanks for the info. We have talked about renting an RV and drive it to see how we like it. I really dont want to tow much with the Tahoe, so if do a trailer, will rent a tow vehicle too.You could consider renting a trailer when you want to do the camping thing. Yes, it's expensive for a trip but less expensive than buying one, storing it, and the upkeep. You do have to plan ahead a bit more, but to me it's worth it.