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Old 03-10-2011, 07:11 PM   #1
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Towing with a 4.8

Okay so here's the deal. My dd right now is a single cab short bed chevy with a 4.8l automatic and 3.42 gears. This weekend I will be moving my k5 to my house, around 15miles or so, and was wondering if my little truck will handle it? This isn't going to be a usual occurrence cause once the truck drives it will be driven everywhere I need it to go. I plan on keep it in drive and also using the tow haul mode and not going over 50 because that's alot of weight to stop with my little truck. So what do you guys think? Trailer weighs 2200lbs and the truck probably 5500.
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You will be fine. When I first got buster, my wife had an 02 extended cab with the same engine, trans and rear and it did fine. I used it to pull to gilmer a couple times and ran 70+.
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Thats good to hear. I'm planning on putting a tranny temperature gauge, a tranny cooler and maybe change the rear ratio to a 3.73 or maybe a 4.10 down the road if I keep it for another few years. In the mean time I will be saving for a cummins
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my brother and i tow with a ford f-150 with a 4.6! it gets the job done!
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It will all be about how you position it on the trailer. The engine will handle it just fine.
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Re: Towing with a 4.8

I had a 4.8 and auto... hated that thing with a passion. I towed me jeep 1 time (4200 lbs or so)with it, only a few miles, and said never again. Sold that thing right afterward. I did not feel safe one bit with it as a tow rig.
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It will be loaded properly. I have hauled trailers before but I usually use my dads 97 f350 with the 7.3.

If I do change gears what would you guys suggest? 3.73 or 4.10s? I am running a stock tire right now but will probably step up to a 31 or 32 inch tire when these where out.
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At one time I had a 2000 chevy single cab with the 4.3. It pulled great but didn't feel as stable as I would have liked with a heavy (for the truck) load behind it. We used it a couple times to pull a 18 carhauler with a Jeep on it to Snowflake AZ down to Phoenix and back to Alpine tx. Never had a problem and always ran the speed limit. I would think you would be allright. MY only problem was getting the [email protected] thing stopped.
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I'd go 3:73 since you will only be towing occasionally. My bud has the exact setup you have with 3:73s and he tows his Tj everywhere. There's no need in dumping money on a diesel if you don't tow very often.
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In the future, when I'm through with college, my k5 will be trailered everywhere except for offroad parks about an hour away. When I say I'm saving for a cummins I mean a whole new truck guys. As in 2005ish truck that will be my dd. Just at this point in time I can't afford payments on a new truck and this one is already paid off.

That is another thing I forgot to mention. I will be adding a brake controller as the trailer already has electric brakes.

Also dosent a tj weight considerably less than a steal bodied k5? Wouldn't that warrant the 4.10s.

Will the milage with 4.10s be that much of a difference over the 3.73 while unload. And In town I bet it will haul ***. Haha
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I think what I dislike is the SWB. My 4.3 did okay with a transmission cooler. I hated the rain and down hills. I placed my toyota every witch way on my 18" car hauler.
Any input on the wheel would make the back end wiggle. More stress towing then anything else.
Cant wait to try out my new to me tow rig. 2001 Z71 5.3/auto, extended cab.
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Stopping should never be an issue with a trailer,the brakes on the trailer need to be big enough to handle the load it's carrying. With a 4.8L I would run 4.10's even the 6.0's with the trailing package come from the factory with them.Millage should not drop to much more than 1 or 2 miles per gallon unloaded but mite go up some loaded. As for tires I would not get the sidewall to tall or it can "walk" on you more. One more thing that will help is a "load equalizer" hitch, PPL motors has or had them on sale for $99 bucks and came with everything.I found mine in a garage sale for $20 bucks would not run without it with my half ton. Finding that sweet spot with your gearing and wind Resistance is the key to keep from over working your truck.
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Towing with a 4.8

Just wanted to update this. Truck preformed flawlessly. Kept it in drive, tow haul mode and not once did I feel like it was going to get away from me.

That being said I will be looking for a 3.73 rear end and will be installing a gov-lock(thanks ryan) to help with traction.

Next on the list will be trailer brakes, weight distributing hitch, and then maybe a hand held tuner or custom tune.

Thanks for all the help guys.
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Just wanted to update this. Truck preformed flawlessly. Kept it in drive, tow haul mode and not once did I feel like it was going to get away from me.

That being said I will be looking for a 3.73 rear end and will be installing a gov-lock(thanks ryan) to help with traction.

Next on the list will be trailer brakes, weight distributing hitch, and then maybe a hand held tuner or custom tune.

Thanks for all the help guys.

I would change the list up a little. Trailer brakes, tuner, gears, hitch. It's a toss up if the hitch should go after the brakes, but brakes should be mandatory IMO.
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Towing with a 4.8

Makes sense to me. I also forgot the tranny cooler and temp gauge.

So brake controller, tranny cooler and temp, tuner, hitch, gears?

If I go with a hand held what do you suggest? I have heard that the diablo predator is the best but all I really want to tuner for is to change the firmness of the shifts and correct for tire and gear changes. So what about a hypertech?
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Towing with a 4.8

Go with a custom tune? Mail order or make the drive?

Hmmm maybe add a cam? Lol
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Towing with a 4.8

If I went with a cam I would go with something like this. Nothing that would kill my mpgs just a little more low end.

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Texas Speed and Performance has real good mail order tune. Alot of guys are starting to tune at home by using EFILive. It all depends on how in depth you wanna go.
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if your going to spend a bunch of money on fixing up your 4.8 I would just do a motor swap. $300 bucks on a tune is not that bad and you will get a lot for your money,also if you decide to go for more power and swap later you can keep the tune. I am using HP tuner.that is what Nelson uses to do the tunes with,and you get way more out of them than a hand held.
for your money you will also get more from a converter than headers cam or anything else,I'm running a 2500 and still tow with it. it pulls way better than it did with the stock converter in it.no more lag when taking off.
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Towing with a 4.8

At this point in my life I couldn't tune a carb let alone tune a computer controlled vehicle. That being said, if it was a toy and not my dd I would teach myself or have someone else watch over my shoulder so I could learn to do it. So I will probably have someone else tune it for me.

I will look into getting a stall converter. You say 2500 is good and still able to tow and dd? Does it hurt milage much?
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