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I wonder if the provisions for the tow hooks are still on the frame for the WT models? We could buy the Trail Boss hooks and retrofit them to the WT.
 

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I wonder if the provisions for the tow hooks are still on the frame for the WT models? We could buy the Trail Boss hooks and retrofit them to the WT.
To me the Trail Boss is the best looking version.
I don't necessarily need all of the off road stuff but would be interested in making the front of a WT look like a Trail Boss.
 

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To me the Trail Boss is the best looking version.
I don't necessarily need all of the off road stuff but would be interested in making the front of a WT look like a Trail Boss.
Welcome to the forum @gator67! There should be a bunch of aftermarket accessories that will come out to give the WT or other Silverados a more rugged look. Is the WT what you're planning on ordering?
 

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I was looking at getting the trail boss model, but I have a feeling it will be expensive and that it will not have a 400 mile range.
My feeling is that any vehicle designed and marketed as off-road/adventure ready should only come with the largest battery possible ( I’m looking at you, Subaru…:unsure:).
 

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My feeling is that any vehicle designed and marketed as off-road/adventure ready should only come with the largest battery possible ( I’m looking at you, Subaru…:unsure:).
It will have the 200 kWh battery. However, will likely have the beefed up motors and suspension as well as other components that will eat away at range.
 
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