No such thing.
On top of the brake master cylinder
just change the shocks buddy
The recommended spark plug gap on a 1996 Chevy C1500 with a V8-305 engine is .060"
They're sealed. If the shocks are leaking you'll need to replace them. Always replace them in pairs, both sides at the same time.
Its not very powerful at all. I have a 305 in my 1995 Sierra 4x4 probably around 225 hp,
Depending how and where its driven,two wheel drive or four. but typically you should have no problem hitting 350,000k, it's recommended for a complete rebuild at 200,000k. Depends on how well you take care of it.
Either a 305 TBI, 305 TPI or a 5.7 TPI
The 2014 GMC Sierra-1500's engine produces 305 ft-lbs. @ 3900 rpm.
The 2007 GMC Sierra-1500's engine produces 305 ft-lbs. @ 4800 rpm.
The only one I can think of is the exhaust Y-pipe may not fit from the 305 to the 350.
You should be able to do that, considering that the 5.0 L and the 305 are the same engine. This depends on both trucks being 2WD or 4WD. If one is 4WD and the other is 4WD then no.
305 or 350
The timing for this engine is electronically controlled and not adjustable
My 305 takes 5 quarts with a filter change.........
You can, but it will kill the performance of your engine.
The 92 Chevrolet Caprice Classic comes equipped with a 5.0/ 305 c.i.d. engine
Yes you can it is the same engine. Just be sure to use the truck exhaust manifolds.
170 to 190 for throttle body injected