You know you're a GMT owner when...

littleblazer

Gold Supporter
You accept that the fuel gauge is an approximation at best. (Idk if someone said this already. It's been a while.)
 

TollKeeper

Well-Known Member
When you look at a rolled over GMT, and think to yourself, that would make a good off-road rig!
 
D

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When you have a spare coil and 10mm wrench in the rear cubby.

When your radiator cap separates and get stuck in the radiator.

When your filler neck leaks and throws evap codes.

When your truck won't start because the under-hood fuse box broke inside.
 

Reprise

Lifetime VIP Supporter
When you own a second GMT to use as a 'redundancy plan' for GMT #1 unexpectedly going offline.
Even better if GMT #2 is same model / year - it becomes a real-time 24hr parts store.
 

Mooseman

Moderator
Watch another GMT spinning one wheel in the snow and mutter "must have blown his G80".
 

littleblazer

Gold Supporter
What's that nois---

Shh. It's just the usual noises in here. It's fine.
 

Capote

Platinum Supporter
Watch another GMT spinning one wheel in the snow and mutter "must have blown his G80".
G80 got me out of a ditch last year in the snow.


When you get excited to see a Rainier or Bravada rolling by.
 

littleblazer

Gold Supporter
You're looking into buying a new GMT (colorado) and find out that TRS has a drop in projector kit that replaces the factory projectors so now you factor that into the overall price of a vehicle you don't presently have a plan to buy yet.
 

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