Just the short block, about 300lbs.
Short answer, remove the heads and replace the head gaskets. If you want to know exactly how to do this, then purchase an Hayne's or Chilton's repair manual for your car.
Roughly 550 pounds dry.
Nothing at all. A long block is the complete engine. A short block is just the engine with no intake, exhaust, or accessories installed.
engines are either long or short block. it depends on your motor size, but you wont have to replace that. it depends on the amount of damage. but either way. put oil in your truck! it should run out unless there is a leak! A short block is the engine block with crank, pistons, and rods. The long block is a short block with heads, cam, etc. It depends on the situation, but it would be worth a try to put in fresh oil and filter and try to run the engine. Stranger things have happened. If you do have to replace the engine, you might be able to get away with just a short block. Assuming your old heads and cam are in good condition.
If your 1990 Chevy silverado is a short bed (6 foot), 350 cu. in. V8, and you're using the rear bumper to tow from, then the capacity is 4000 pounds. The tongue weight is 400 pounds.
The number gallons of fuel that a 1995 Chevy Silverado pickup truck holds will vary depending on whether it is long bed or short bed. The short bed hold 26 gallons, while the long beds hold 34 gallons.
Short box 26 gallons, Long box 34 gallons. 2000 Chevy Silverado LT Ext Cab 4 dr 5.3L 4x4 Z71 with only a 26 gallon tank :(.
No, the frames are different lengths.
Protects the wireing in case of a short, the fuse will blow insted of the wires melting.
Yes. Any Short Block Chevy will fit.
Short bed is 26 gallons. long bed 36 gallons
around 6000lbs, no more than 500lb tongue weight
i measured it from spider gear to spider at 59.5 inches for short wheele base
this is a mess of a question and the answer is NO. why? because there was never a big block 350 made by Chevrolet and as far as a short block 350 on the transmission? who cares rather the motor had heads or not (i.e. short block= crate motor sold without heads). if you asked me if a big block Chevy will bolt up to a transmission that came in a vehicle with a small block i would say yes.
The Silverado comes with a lot of different GVW capacities and engines. I think if the Silverado was a half-ton regular cab short bed with the biggest engine package, it would be a very close race for the Camaro.
i have a 1990 silverado, standard cab, 4.3 v6 that i bought for $850...it was a repo from a title loan company that had a $2900 title loan on it...
A long block comes with everything but the intake, Sometimes they will leave the sheet medal off, Oil pan,valve covers, Timing cover. A short block will be just the block,crank,rods and pistons and cam shaft, Timing gears No heads or sheet medal.
From 1988 to 1999 truck beds are all the SAME.