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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BigOrange90Jimmy, Aug 15, 2002.
The 88-91 crew cab trucks were still the old body style and still had solid front axles.
oh ok. good deal then. never knew that. learn something every day.
Yea, the way I understand it - the 88-91 3/4TON & 1TONs kept the straight axle.
87-91 R=2wd (Blazer,Burb,CrewCab3+3, & Cab & Chassis)
87-91 V=4wd (Blazer,Burb,CrewCab3+3, & Cab & Chassis)
88-99 C=2wd (New Style)(IFS)
88-99 K=4wd (New Style)(IFS)
00-up C=2wd Silverado
00-up K=4wd Silverado
<font color="green"> Not 3/4 tons, just 1 tons stayed SFA. 3/4 tons were IFS just like the 1/2 tons. </font color>
1 tons went to IFS in 88 as well, except for the crew cabs.
Yeah, I used to have an '88 1 ton 4x4 dually that was the newer body style.
Except the 1 ton cab and chassis's were still SFA. So if someone put a pickup bed on one of those...............
19 spline stubs?
those are rare
What's the difference between a dually and non-dually front end? Is it reasonable cost-wise to convert one over?
this will show you the difference http://coloradok5.com/photos/showgallery.php?cat=9027&user=2631&thumb=1
and i will cost you between $100-$250 to have these machined. so is it worth it all depends on what to price is, but a $1000 for a DRW D60 thats way to much IMLAO. i payed $650 for mine with 4.56 gears /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
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