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Old October 14th, 2009, 09:24 PM   #1
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my 93 chevy k1500 is a mutt it has a 2wd body on it but its 4wd ifs frame so that puts it between 88-98 its a standard cab shortbed i cant get the right front brake parts for it any ideas how to figure out the year of the frame
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Old October 14th, 2009, 10:05 PM   #2
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need to know if the chassis is a 1500 or light duty 2500. both would have 6 lug axles but the rear will either have a 10 bolt or a 14 bolt semi float rear. that will make alot of difference between front brake parts.
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its a 10 bolt rear but i still cant get the right rotors for it they sit to closey to the spindles and rub
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post a picture of what you have. I.E the front brakes.
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kk ill get some up tommrow thanks
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thanks for the help figured out that the frame is an 88-92 and has a smaller rotor on it then the 93 so now it doesnt rub
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