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Old 07-05-2005, 11:17 AM   #1
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Like your glasses being on your head, I have probably overlooked this in the most obvious of places. I have checked all the placards in the cabinets, on the drivers side wall, in the manuals and vehicle registration for a listing of the gross combined vehicle weight rating (GCVWR) and cannot find it listed anywhere. I am anticipating towing a Yukon and would like to have this tid-bit. (W22 with 8.1L) Also, has anyone "upgraded" their Class III receiver/hitch to a Class IV?

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Like your glasses being on your head, I have probably overlooked this in the most obvious of places. I have checked all the placards in the cabinets, on the drivers side wall, in the manuals and vehicle registration for a listing of the gross combined vehicle weight rating (GCVWR) and cannot find it listed anywhere. I am anticipating towing a Yukon and would like to have this tid-bit. (W22 with 8.1L) Also, has anyone "upgraded" their Class III receiver/hitch to a Class IV?

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Old 07-07-2005, 05:42 PM   #3
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Your GCWR is 26,000 pounds. Get weighed "first" before you consider adding a load that requires a Class IV hitch.

The frame will handle it though.
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