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Chevrolet & GMC Colorado/Canyon Duramax Diesel Discussion Forum for the 2016+ Colorado & Canyon pickup with the 2.8L Duramax Diesel engine.

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Old 11-04-2017, 09:10 AM
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Default AEV Conversions Chevy ZR2 2.8L Duramax

I’m not a Jeep guy, but I have liked AEV Conversions’ Jeep pickups. Then they did the Prospector RAM pickups, which were more to my liking.

Now they’ve done a package for the Colorado/Canyon ZR2.



Typically, you can buy a complete vehicle already converted, or you can buy specific components individually from them. So it looks like there will be some interesting options to customize your vehicle.
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The ZR2 is ready to race off road. Standard is the front and rear locking diff.
It is a serious off road truck.
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