The short version has a 6. The extended cab short-beds measured 218 inches long, with a wheelbase of 141 inches and curb weight of 4,200 lbs. The regular cab, long bed variant measured more than 212 inches long, had a wheelbase of 131 inches and curb weight of almost 4,000 lbs. The four-wheel-drive K1500 and K2500 share a 64. The heavy-duty K3500 extended-cab truck has an extra long box of 9. Also available was a four-speed automatic.
The extended cab with standard box measures 236. The K1500 measures the same but rides a little higher at 73. Founded in 1898, Stant manufactures world-class fuel, vapor and thermal management system parts for the automotive aftermarket. Both regular and extended-cab models were four-wheel drive with front disc and rear drum brakes. A five-speed manual transmission came standard with the 1995 K1500 Silverados.
Front track for the C1500 is 63. Established in 1911, Gates is a leading automotive aftermarket manufacturer that specializes in belt drive, timing, fuel and cooling systems. An extended cab with a wheelbase of 155. All trucks have an independent front suspension with a live axle in the rear. Turning circle varies between 43.
The regular cab, short-bed K1500s measured about 194 inches long, 77 inches wide and 70 inches tall with a wheelbase of 117 inches and curb weight of more than 3,800 lbs. Listed below is a general features list along with vehicle specifications for the Third Generation 1971-1996 General Motors G-Series Vans. Straight-sided trucks are known as Fleetsides in Chevy parlance, those with flared rear fenders are known as Sportsides. The long wheelbase adds 18. In the previous year 1982 , manual transmissions were relocated from the steering column to the floor. Available were several other engines, including a 175-horsepower, 5.
Length and width figures for the 2500 and 3500 regular cabs are similar to the 1500 series at 212. The K3500 extended cab with long box measures 255. For more information check out the page. The regular cab supported seating for up to three people, while the extended cab variant allowed for up to six people with front and rear bench seats. As in previous editions, the front-engine, rear- or four-wheel-drive trucks were available in a variety of configurations. Two-wheel-drive trucks have a 63.
This became more popular with conversion companies, primarily for school buses. The C2500 has a height of 73 inches, while the K2500's height is 74. Hypertech, an automotive technology leader in tuning computer-controlled vehicles, is backed by a dedicated team of proven racers, hot rodders and hard core enthusiasts who are passionate about performance. The short wheelbase C1500 is 194. Both the 2500 and the 3500 have an 8-foot box, either with a regular cab or an extended cab. Both regular and extended cab variants came with a 25-gallon fuel tank, and fuel economy ranged from 11 to 14 mpg city and 13 to 19 mpg highway. The extended cab, long beds measured 237 inches long and 74 inches tall, with a wheelbase of 155 inches and curb weight of 4,300 lbs.
. The C designated rear-wheel drive variants, while the K designated four-wheel drive variants. The completely reworked sheet metal body of these trucks shared the clean, boxy lines of their predecessors while appearing slightly more refined and modern. . .
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