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How tall is a 1990 GMC dump truck?

How tall is a 1990 GMC dump truck?

1990 GMC Topkick dump truck, single axle, Cat 3316 Diesel engine, 6 speed transmission, Godwin Manufacturing 300U dump bed, SN. GM38224B, 10′ long, 8′ Wide, 30″ tall with 12″ side boards, GVWR 34,7…

How big is a GMC C 4500 flatbed truck?

2007 GMC C 4500 16′ Flatbed Truck 6.6L Duramax Turbo Diesel Engine Automatic Transmission 173,679 Miles 17,500 GVWR (No CDL Required) 16′ Flatbed, 96″ Wide, 42″ Stakesides 3′ Under Body Tool… See More Details

Is the GMC TopKick dump truck in good condition?

Equal opportunity lender. Truck is in great condition and comes with an 11ft plow, Truck Cab was repainted in 2007 and the Dump body was replaced in 2007 by Monroe Truck. Gas Motor, 8.1L, Tarp, Tow Pkg, Very Clean, California OK.

How big is a 2000 GMC flatbed truck?

2000 GMC C7500 Crew Cab 22′ Flatbed Truck 7.2L Caterpillar 3126 Diesel Engine 125,594 Miles 5 Speed Automatic Transmission 26,000 Lbs. GVWR (No CDL Required) 22′ Flatbed with Wood Deck Remova… See More Details

When did the GM 6.2L Detroit Diesel come out?

The 6.2L GM (6.2L Detroit, alternatively) was produced by Detroit Diesel and found in 1982 to 1993 model year GMC and Chevrolet pickups. It was available in 1/2 ton through 1 ton applications (C/K 10, 20, 30), which included SUVs such as the Blazer and Suburban.

What kind of transmission does a GM 6.2L have?

The original 6.2L came mated to either the TH400 three speed automatic, Muncie SM465 four speed manual transmission, or New Process NP833 four speed manual overdrive transmission. The 6.2 shares its bellhousing pattern with GM V-8 gas engines – a diesel transmission will bolt up to a gas engine with no modifications and visa versa.

What kind of truck is a flatbed dump truck?

Call for price 2022 Isuzu NRR 16′ Steel Flatbed Dump (Diesel) 2022 Isuzu NRR NU Regular cab, GVWR19500, 5.2L 215HP Turbocharged Intercooled Diesel engine, 6-Sp automatic transmission, spring…

Is there a 6.2L diesel in the 1980’s?

A popular trend is to acquire an 80’s 6.2L diesel powered half ton and swap in a built gas engine. The 1980’s diesel chassis does not require any emissions inspections in states that require periodic inspections, and fans of the 1973 to 1987 body style can modify the trucks as much as they want without running into registration issues.

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