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1987 3/4 ton 2wd 6.2L single cab

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by Goodwrencher, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. Goodwrencher

    Goodwrencher Registered Member

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    This is a nice truck, just put over $1300 into the transmission. Pretty sure it burnt a valve, barking back through the intake. Really like to recoop the transmission expense. C'mon, one of you have a good head lying around. Buy my truck and you are set.

    $1300 obo
     
  2. kennyw

    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    What transmission? Got any pics?
     
  3. Goodwrencher

    Goodwrencher Registered Member

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    Posting for a friend, will find out tomorrow and try to get photos
     
  4. imiceman44

    imiceman44 1 ton status

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    If it's a 2wd 3/4 ton, it should be th400
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    I've actually found quite a few of the mid 80's 3/4 ton 2wd diesels with 700R4's... one was a donor for my '79 K10 when I converted it to diesel. It would just depend on what GVRW the truck was purchased with when new.
     
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    imiceman44 1 ton status

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    Yeah I know, that is why I said should.
    I bought an 84 3/4 ton Suburban and guess what, it has a 700R4 stock.
    It's funny how they make their choices.
     

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