Is the clutch in good condition? The minimum measurements in the rear seats were a legroom of 32. I don't know if it's because the newer 454 Vortec's breath better or are more efficient or what, but I noticed an improvement right away. You pro'lly know that since you race- dumb me Another help might be a fuel pump upgrade if you think the engine is starving for gas. The gas engine option was the 7. What type of driving are you doing? Also offered in 1993 were other gas and diesel engines.
I'm not looking for 15 mpg here I was just hpoing for 8-9 maybe 10 at best which shouldn't be a miracle to ask for. One difference is that I also have a whipple supercharger on mine, but to be honest it really didn't affect the mileage much from the stock configuration. It has a 454, 4. You said the engine doesnt like over 3500. Those trucks will last a long time if properly taken care of. So I recommend upgrading to dual 2. The minimum measurements in the rear seats were a legroom of 32.
People either skip this entirely, or skimp on the parts used or go crazy. I don't know if it's because the newer 454 Vortec's breath better or are more efficient or what, but I noticed an improvement right away. I'm not sure if the numbers I quoted are right, but they may be a little higher for the 93's. The front dimensions of the crew cab were virtually the same as the standard cab. Windows all work like they should. Years ago I had a 79 Suburban with a similar setup, but with an auto tranny, and headers.
Please refer to the core return instructions included with the part or contact customer service for more details. Of course the same can be said of almost all vehicles. There are no leaks in the engine and its dry underneath. Well, I do race but I'm no expert and always like to hear other's ideas. The four-wheel-drive trucks were the K3500 models, and the C3500 models were rear-wheel-drive. The engine doesen't seem to like over 3500 rpm's and I took it to pull my race car, maybe 5500 lbs including the trailer. I can drive from Fallon to Reno which is 80 miles from my house and it never has an issue dropping to neutral.
Customer responsible for return shipping on core items. Nothing hacked on it anywhere. The regular-cab styles were 212 inches long, 94. The engine had a 4-inch bore and 3. Lots of just 1-2000 rpm driving through town and mud holes. I was trying to juggle the tire air pressure based on recommended pressure, tread wear, and….
I believe this is where the issue I am having with this truck is. The thing runs real good, there is no mufflers on it, it is just staright dual pipes. The gas engine option was the 7. The 3500 series was the largest model in the light-duty truck category that also featured the 1500 series and 2500 series. These 454s with four-barrel carburetors developed 230 horsepower and 360 foot-pounds of torque. So I am not going to recommend that. I have had the pan off for inspection and there was no material what so ever in the pan with beautiful bright red transmission fluid and no burnt smell at all.
Here is what it does:I drive like normal and when cruising at highway speeds if I give too much or not enough throttle it drops straight to neutral. The crew cab version sat on a 168. The diesel engine of 6. ?? Here is the parts list needed to accomplish that. It developed 190 horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque. What kind of gas milage should he expect. But the way I drive it around town on some days, we all know where gas goes then I know this may be hard to believe, but I actually gained mileage with my 454.
Town, eh about 11 mpg. Any time the engine is not getting enough gas, it's going to bog down, run hot, get poor gas mileage, etc. Still uses a lot of gas regardless. I am in no way saying to replace these or they are the exact reason. The standard transmission was a five-speed manual transmission with overdrive, but four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive was an option.
Loaded pulling a car trailer is 9. I drive a '96 Dodge Ram 1-ton not dually long bed, quad cab, V-10, 6500 lb empty weight, with moderately aggressive M+S tires. Frank My 92 dually is the same as the rest reported: about 12 on highway, 8 around town. A friend of mine has a 99 2500, reg. I recently bought a 1979 3+3 4dr 4x4 dually. I dont have anything against electric pumps but I've only had a manual pump go bad once, and there easy enough to change. The truck was great but becoming a money pit.