Is the 2003 Denali pickup considered a 1500 or 2500? Does the Denali badge indicate a heavier payload or just trim enhancements?

Asked by Oct 05, 2014 at 02:59 PM about the 2003 GMC Sierra 1500HD 4 Dr SLT Crew Cab SB HD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Looking for a 3/4 ton pickup, and heard that the GMC Denali is a HD truck. I thought that
HDs were 3/4 ton.. need clarification..

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1500HD is still just a half ton truck, it is just has more stability under a full load than a standard 1500. Just like 3/4 tons there are standard and there are HD's, but on the 3?4 tons you can see the difference just look at the rear end, the HD's will have a long hub sticking out at the center of the wheel, the standards will either not have a hub sticking out or it will be a much shorter hub that a full blown HD.

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