Effective changes that can be made, if any?
To my GMC 2500 van.
Its a 1993 G2500, tagged as a 3/4 ton but it has half ton axles.
Its got the 5.7lt engine and 3:42-1 rear end.
I pulled our 28ft Argosy home for a 9 hr journey over mostly rolling hills and it was "OK"
I am a very steady driver and 100kmph is fine with me, just enjoying the scenery as I go, In fact this was my first time ever pulling anything and it was an easy, stress free experience. But the hills did take their toll on my speed.
Now, before I change vehicles are there any significant (or minor) changes that I can make to the van to enhance the performance?
I am currently searching for a 3:73-ratio rear, but that's about all.
I installed a transmission cooler on it as well.
Is there much more I CAN do?
Advice, as always, greatly appreciated.
By the way, the GMC has only about 280k KM on it, so by no means "over the hill" yet.
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