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Old March 29th, 2012, 08:08 PM   #1
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Thumbs up *SOLD*92 Chevy K1500 4x4 FS (New pic posted) *SOLD*

*SOLD* I've got a 92 Chevy 4x4 350, 4L60, 241 floor shift, 342 gears. Lots of new parts with very low miles and extra engine and trans. New ball joints, tie rods, idler arm, 1 ton rear leaf springs, rebuilt trans, control arm bushings, Pro comp 3000 shocks all around, aftermarket headlights, running lights, and marker lights, new u-joints in rear drive shaft, aluminum radiator, heater core, and decent brakes. Front diff was swapped out few months ago and actuator hooked to toggle switch so you have 2wd low range. 4) 31x11x16 Thornbirds on factory aluminum wheels. Tires are balanced with beads.

Truck runs great and drives good but there is a noise that IS coming from the drivers side differential bearing. More explained in post #13. 4wd works good though. Trans was rebuilt and installed corvette servo and .5 boost valve for firmer shifts. Spare trans has brand new rebuild kit as well but used output shaft in other trans. It just needs a 3-4 accumulator spring, sunshell, and output shaft and it would be ready to drop in. Truck will need a battery as I will need the one currently in it for my other truck.

The bed has been replaced and just needs drivers side patch panel above wheel well to be rust free. Cab needs outer rockers, cab corners and fenders to be rust free.

Also comes with a fiberglass topper that matches the bed and is in great shape.

Any questions feel free to ask. I will get pics asap.
Asking $1300 obo cash for everything except the mud kings on wheels and the battery. Or $1000 cash for just the truck the way it sits.

Forgot about the Flo-Tech headers and Y pipe I installed. Bought them brand new and painted them with black header paint and baked them. They fit and look nice. More power and better gas mileage than stock manifolds by far.

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