YES. That would be a direct swop.
A 1977 Chevy pickup truck would have rotors in front and drums in the rear
yes it will fit
That would be the 700R4
YES, That would be a direct swop.
I would say the 2001 would win if it was 5.7 vs 5.3 because the newer 5.3 i believe has more horsepower. but it would depend on gearing.
You would have to do a lot of modifying on the body mounts. and a whole lot of other things.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
I think it would work but you might want to check before you try
No, it would not be able to handle engine braking.
There are quite a number of various places that a used 1946 Chevy Truck can be purchased. One great example would be at Autotrader. Another great example would be at CarPages.
I bought a 52 Chevy pickup myself to restore , the seller is a old vehicle restorer , he told me from1976 to 1987 Chevy truck frames would be the best fit .
That's a very general question. You would have to look at specifics such as, how the body of the truck looks, the internal work of the truck, how it runs, etc. All of those things play a huge role when pricing a 1989 Chevy truck.
It will, but you want to make sure it's the same gear ratio, which would be determined by the RPO codes on the glove compartment door.
You need to periodically replace the headlights on your Chevy truck when the headlights start getting dim. You can purchase replacement headlights from retailers such as Parts Source.
That would be 15" rims on that truck.
That would be a 4L60E transmission.
That would be the 4L80E transmission.
A bad ignition module.
I would not think so. It was just a trim package called Durango. I cannot see how this would ever be a truck collectors would covet.
A direct bolt in replacement, the 1966 would work. After that nothing would be a direct bolt in with out fabrication.
A 1972 Chevy Truck, which was a popular mode of transportation back in 70's, can vary in cost greatly. However, its cost today would be around 11,000 dollars.
That would be a 4L60E transmission. That is what belongs in the truck and came in that truck from the factory. NEUTZ.
I would suggest a new set of plug wires.