The Chevrolet suburban 1500 axle is interchangeable with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 axle. The manufacture year of the vehicles should be the same.
Hey the actuator is on the top side of the front right axle.
It is on top of the center of the rear axle.
The Dodge ram 1500 pickup truck can be lubricated at the end of each axle. There are several lubrication points on the steering mechanisms.
The 1500 4X4 went to the independent front axle in 2002. The 2500 and 3500 4X4's still have a solid front axle.
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Maybe but it depends upon what you mean by "rear end". Do you mean the axle and axle housing or the body of the truck? Keep in mind a 2000 Silverado is a different generation than a 1997.
1 and 11/16 inch
Dually in a Chevrolet Dually vehicle refers to the dual rear wheels on the one axle of the truck. They can also have a fifth wheel which is used for towing heavy trailers.
There's no such thing as a one axle truck. There has to be a minimum of two axles. "Single axle" if a term referring to a truck with only a single drive axle, and doesn't count the steer axle. Same with "tandem axle", "tri axle", "quad axle", and "quint axle".
A tri-axle dump truck is a regular tandem dump truck (one steer axle and two drive axles) with an additional lift axle.