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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 06:39 AM
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Welcome to DF. Pics of that 12V???????

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post #22 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 06:46 AM
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I'd be interested in taking that 12V off your hands if the price is right.

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I'm a former Dodge Ram guy changed to DMAX Wes after going through 2 trannys in my old '02 Dodge. I'm partial to the LMM, just because it is what I have. You can't beat the 6 spd Allison that it is paired with. It's really up to you...do you want the old school version or the upgraded, better built version?


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You should chose the LMM the only extra emissions over the lbz is the dpf witch a simple exhaust and tuner take care of. Also the last year duramax with EFI live. You also get the new body style and nicer interior.

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I agree. I went with an LMM for the body style and interior. And, coincidentally, came from a Cummins as well.

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So in theory an LMM with programmer and exhaust is better than LBZ both power and intrrnally(engine wise)?? I live I a small rural county with zero emission testing so I know I won't have a problem in that department. However I'm beginning to get nervous of all the regulation chatter and how location will no longer matter....
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So in theory an LMM with programmer and exhaust is better than LBZ both power and intrrnally(engine wise)?? I live I a small rural county with zero emission testing so I know I won't have a problem in that department. However I'm beginning to get nervous of all the regulation chatter and how location will no longer matter....
Think of an LMM as an LBZ with a different body bolted on. And the LMM has a DPF from the factory.

Otherwise, the LBZ and LMM are the same chassis, same engine (ok the EGR and injectors on an LMM are slightly different, but basically the same), drivetrain, etc...

Buy whatever body/interior you like better. They are both equally good trucks.

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