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Today at 05:33:20 AM by Smitty31
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Can anyone recommend some good coil springs. 1986 c10 2wd 4.3 automatic. Looking for a comfortable and better handling spring.
June 18, 2018, 01:49:12 PM by ehjorten
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So, I am going to replace my evaporator.  Service manual looks like it is saying you can just take the inner half of the box off of the firewall and replace the evaporator like that, and not have to take the entire box (including the side with the fan motor) off of the firewall.  I have never done it like that before...seems logical to be able to do it that way, but can anyone confirm?  I am just trying to plan hours of work for a few projects on my next day off.

June 18, 2018, 11:46:42 AM by 74ChevyK20 | Views: 48 | Comments: 2

I know this question has been asked before, but for those who have experience with the intellitronix gauge clusters I am very interested in honest feedback of how they work and if you recommend them. My stock cluster is in very poor shape and does not work and I really like the price for the digital cluster, but if it is just a waste of money I will figure something else out. So please, any info and opinions are welcome.
June 18, 2018, 10:57:07 AM by erix993 | Views: 39 | Comments: 1

Good Morning from Charlotte,NC. I had my 87 Silverado restored over the last 17 months. It turned out very nice. The story & photos are on this link:
I want a posi rear end to complete the build. Is a 373 the way to go ? I want to be able to cruise and enjoy. Of course I want to spin the tires on occasions too. Any suggestions would be welcome.
Thank you,
June 18, 2018, 08:39:17 AM by erix993 | Views: 62 | Comments: 2
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