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Tazman
Today at 08:47:17 PM by Tazman
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This just might be a silly question but is there anything a person can do to tune these trucks using a pc?

Thanks
pneuner750
Today at 07:59:30 PM by pneuner750
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Trying to figure out how to remove the glove box latch! Bought a glove box, the plastic shell. Does anyone know how to remove the latch?
86 C 20, single cab, 350 4speed! Much appreciated

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Today at 03:33:06 PM by Jeffs_sledz | Views: 44 | Comments: 4

New to the forums here, but this isn't my first rodeo.

I can use some help though. I've got a 1973 Chevy c20 that's basically stock. With the exception of one ton front coils. It's currently running 33" tall tires.

My goal is a pavement prerunner running military 37's

Rear lift is easy. Shackle flip will allow me to clear the 37's easily. The front is the hard part. I'm way late to this game and I know the lift spindles for my truck aren't in production any longer. I know the 1988-1998 lift spindles will work, but that leaves me with either 5 or 6 lug brake rotors in the front. And I really want to keep my truck 8 lug.

I've heard the actual 8 lug spindles for the newer body truck can be adapted with ball joint modifications, but I haven't actually seen this done.

So my question is really about how to keep the stock 8 lug pattern while using the newer light duty 3/4 spindles. Or how I can modify my a-arms to accept the heavy duty new 8 lug spindles

Any help or advice will be appreciated.

I'll post some pics of what I'm starting with later.
Today at 12:35:47 AM by mysticdragon72 | Views: 77 | Comments: 2

Got an 85 C20 Scottsdale that has the stock 350 5.7 and th400 tranny.  Want to use the truck for towing my horse trailer and need suggestions on what kind of mods to do to get better torque?  I'd like to use the stock heads but am planning on getting headers, new carb and intake as well as boring the cylinders 0.030 over stock.  Also planning on a mild rv cam but not sure which one yet, depends on the intake and carb.  What would you do to build a towing motor keeping the stock heads and keeping in a beer budget?  The stock rear is supposed to be 4.10 according to the book I got.
May 24, 2017, 07:43:35 PM by bnoggle | Views: 52 | Comments: 3

Does anyone know where I can buy a new temperature sensor housing for 250 engine. Unfortunately mine cracked and I did not notice it until the engine was completely rebuilt. I need the lower part of the housing that is bolted onto the front of the engine, not the water neck. I have checked eBay, and my local craigslist.
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