5.7, 6.2 diesel, 4.3liter, 5.0, 7.4liter, but it all is relevent with the size of the truck, 1500 series had mainly 5.7(350), some 4.3lites, & some had 5.0 (305), The 2500 & 3500 series had the 7.4 (454), & the diesel 6.2 liter. The 1500 series did not come with any desiels or BB
Yes there the same engines. Geter done.
The '41 truck engines were a charcoal gray
Chevrolet is a popular brand of car and truck. I would go straight to the site on the computer to see what is being offered in terms of types of cars and trucks and pricing.
A Chevrolet K1500 is a pickup truck with an extended cab, allowing for seating of up to four adults or children inside the pickup cab. The truck is no longer being produced by the Chevrolet company.
could be a vacuum leak
First you should learn how to spell then chech the crash test reports of the Chevrolet and compare it to other extended cab trucks
No. But 1969 thru 1972 Chevrolet truck grille assembly will interchange.
Take it to a shop that specializes in rebuilding truck engines.
All GM OHV truck engines continue to use timing chains. The 2.2 truck engine (not ecotec) also uses a chain.
It's available in a 4 or 5 cylinder on all models and offered in a v8 after 2008 models.
No, the Silverado is a Chevrolet truck.