Ahh, I did see those. As this is meant to be a semi permanent installation that will be subject to many hose-downs, and only ever used to prevent the leaking of dog piss, I think steel wouldn't be the material of choice for this application.
Basically, I'm making a 10'x3' patch of artificial turf, where employees can "hitch" their dogs inside an office building while they eat. While every dog has to be trained, it's simply *going* to happen that a dog is going to piss or shit on it, and it needs to be trickle/wash proof.
Chevrolet Suburban (the early 2000's model) or Excursion? Which engines to avoid? Or is there some other proper full size three-row truck that doesn't pop into my mind right now?
All Suburbans seem to have either 6.0 or 8.1, nothing smaller even available so that is a good thing I guess. The 2000-2006 models go for a bit over 10k, and the newer about 20. Worth the extra 10k? https://m.nettiauto.com/en/chevrolet/suburban/8598722
And when going to 20k also Lincoln Navigator and Escalades fit the budget too... Though choises
Do the same things apply to Chevrolet Express? They seem to be comparably easier to find than SUV versions with low mileages...
Ok, this better be forgotten then. :lol: I assumed they would have as much parts bin stuff as possible with similar age Subs but apparently not.