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Have had my Canyon all terrain diesel about a month now. I have put 3600 kilometers on it Canadian EH. Love it first diesel I have ever owned . Even tho I have been a diesel mechanic for more the 40 years (locomotive mechanic ). I removed the air dam installed the cap. As well as added a 1 inch rough country leveling kit.
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Have had my Canyon all terrain diesel about a month now. I have put 3600 kilometers on it Canadian EH. Love it first diesel I have ever owned . Even tho I have been a diesel mechanic for more the 40 years (locomotive mechanic ). I removed the air dam installed the cap. As well as added a 1 inch rough country leveling kit.
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Nice truck though. Real similar to ours, just a few inches shorter though (have the CCLB). Have you noticed if the camper shell helps with mpg (or, mpk?) any, or have you had it since you owned it. Didn't know if it helped any with airflow and would earn any gains in fuel economy.
 

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Nice truck though. Real similar to ours, just a few inches shorter though (have the CCLB). Have you noticed if the camper shell helps with mpg (or, mpk?) any, or have you had it since you owned it. Didn't know if it helped any with airflow and would earn any gains in fuel economy.
Not sure if the cap helps or not. I had a 2015 Colorado the cap went on it right away . Only drove the Canyon a few days while the cap was being painted . I don't think it is hurting it. With out the air dam and front raised slightly I am still getting over 29 miles per gallon with it at 70 -80 mph . I need the cap to carry my hunting dogs and training gear. So I guess I never really gave it much thought .
 
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