Yeah, I'd love a newer truck with a 6.2. Just not in the cards unless I find a good deal. In terms of repair bills for a diesel, that's kind of why i'm leaning towards the cummins. I work on all my vehicles anyway.My boss has a 2008 gmc 1500 with the 6.2 and compared to the 6.0 that thing is an animal. The 6.0 is torquey but wont get out of it's own way. Kind of like the 8.1 but not as thirsty. The 6.2 tows awesome for a 1500 passer probably the best bet for a truck that will tow what your needing to tow and without the "pay the cost to be the boss" diesel repair bills lol. Just saying drive one maybe tow something before you go out and buy something that is going to be expensive to repair and your only going to "use" it a few times a year. Worth a look
Those are lbz injectors. In terms of Lb7 injectors, you can get them for around $2k or so. Just shop around a bit.One can fix the issues with the earlier diesel trucks and if you have the time and set aside the money they can be a good value. A friend bought a 2002 and got it for a good price and even after spenind $4,000 to replace the injectors and other components the total cost was quite reasonable. I do not know where one can get this done for $2500 as the Bosch parts alone for the injectors sells for $3,700 and it does not include the high pressure fuel lines or the solenoid wiring.
LBZ 2006-2007.5 Chevrolet/GMC 2500/3500/4500/5500 6.6 Diesel VIN Code "D" BOSCH ® /GM OEM New GM Part # 97361355, 97780358, 97780474 BOSCH ® Part # 0445120042www.injectorsdirect.com