You might as well just give the truck to me because finding the original engine will be almost impossible. ;)
Generator, not an alternator, on 58-62 Chevy 6 cylinder engines from the factory.
… and you're now a electrical expert Paul.
Best upgrade I've done to my '52. Altman also makes a kit for 47-51.
Try looking at our host's brake line offerings here: Hoses and lines for classic Chevy trucks and GMC trucks.
...or in central Texas. He's qualified to work on points ignition.
What, no pictures???
Seen at the Lonestar Round Up yesterday. Even though it isn't a Chevy/GMC truck, I'm guessing that an old Buick driver like Evan would appreciate...
Picture for one of the forum's best contributors who happens to drive an old Buick.
…. a Chevy truck and a Cadillac in 1956. Seen at the Lonestar Round Up in Austin Tx 4/12/19.
Seen at the Lonestar Round Up in Austin Texas 4/12/19
The easy way is a speedometer ratio adapter. Just type "speedometer ratio adapter" into your favorite search engine.
The -10-39 is the ratio, 3.90 to 1. Given that you have a 2nd series 1955 GMC 1/2 ton with a GM corporate H033 rear axle this Rear End...
Our host doesn't seem to carry it, but Exhaust System 1/2 Ton
55.2 GMC sales brochure page showing specs
I think 3836922 was a 1950 to 1958 part, so the date would decode as Feb 2, 1957.
I've found a few references by Googling intake 3836922 that refer to 235 intake manifolds. May have also been used on larger 261 truck...
I read through your Fuel System documentation and have a question. You say the Standard Motor Products PS133 completes the circuit when...
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