The wheel base for the standard cab is 117. No major changes were present for this year as Chevy stuck with what was working for it. In addition to carrying 1991 Chevy Truck parts, we have parts for all Chevrolet Truck models available. Overall length and width of the vehicle is 194. Fuel tank capacity equals 25 gallons. Vehicles with the automatic transmission receive slightly less fuel economy with 17 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway.
On diesel models, the 6. For a slightly more powerful pickup, the K1500 can also come with a 6. The wheelbase for the 1991 regular cab, short-bed Silverado measures 117. The 1991 Chevrolet K1500 has three engine options. It came in either a regular cab or extended cab and buyers could select between the short bed or long bed options.
Bore and stroke measures 4. The Suburban was in its 13th year of prodcution for its 8th generation model. The smaller four-liter, six-cylinder engine has a fuel mileage of 15 to 16 miles per gallon for city driving and up to 20 miles per gallon on highways. The first produced 105 hp with 135 lb-ft of torque and the second was capable of reaching 160 hp with 235 lb-ft of torque. Three trims are available: the Cheyenne, which is the base trim, Silverado and Scottsdale variants.
City driving has a fuel mileage of up to nine miles per gallon and only 12 miles per gallon on highways. Maximum front leg room clocks in at 41. The 1991 Silverado uses either a four-speed manual transmission or a three-speed automatic with rear wheel drive. We have all the parts and accessories you need to help restore your 1991 Chevy, at the best prices! The pickup truck is 76. Four wheel disc brakes are used on this model. The standard length of the 1991 Chevrolet K1500 is 194 inches; however, the extended cab model has a length of 213.
Overall height and curb weight for the short-bed stock models measures 70. Front head room measures 39. The standard cab seats three people, while the extended cab can seat up to six. A four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive was standard on all models except the extended cab long box model, which came with a four-speed manual transmission. A five-speed manual transmission with overdrive was offered standard on all models, but a four-speed automatic transmission was an available option. The 2500 heavy-duty pickup offered a choice of two gas engines, the 4. Gas mileage between the transmission types is relatively similar with the manual performing at 18 miles per gallon mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway.
The second engine, the 6. Trust Ecklers for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your truck, racer, show car, street rod, or daily driver. The regular cabs were able to hold three adults, while up to eight could be seated in the extended cab, long box version of this pickup. Each variation is equipped with a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission. The K1500 is Chevrolet's half-ton series which are available in both a short bed and a long bed. Both a standard cab and an extended cab are available on the 1991 Chevrolet K1500.
Displacement for the engine measures 262 cubic inches. . The maximum amount of seating for regular cabs was three adults, while the extended cab offered seating for four adults. Since the 1991 Chevrolet K1500 comes with three varying engines, fuel mileage differs for each. The gas mileage rating for these pickups was quite good ranging from 21 to 33 mpg. Both the standard and extended cabs have either rear two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
These pickups were only available in two-wheel drive and came with either the 5. The smallest engine available is a four-liter, six-cylinder engine that can generate 160 horsepower and 235 foot-pounds of torque. Many options and packages are also available for the K1500. The 1991 Silverado stock model has a standard payload of 2,412 lbs. Two different engines were made available for the largest size pickup in 1991. Payload capacity ranges from 1,335 lbs. This pickup was also available in either a standard or extended cab, with two- or four-wheel drive, and the option of a long or short box was also offered.
Gas mileage was largely dependent on the size of the pickup, despite the fact that every model had the same engine. The largest engine available on the 1991 K1500 is a 7. The 1991 Chevrolet K1500 has several models of engines available, depending on the needs of the driver. This smaller pickup featured two engine options, the 2. Compression ratio for internal combustion clocks in at 9. The stock model of this vehicle is a no-frills type vehicle with just enough room for three passengers in the front cabin and enough towing room for smaller home projects.
Primarily used as farm or ranch vehicles or work trucks, you can still see these models on the road today, still at work. A four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive was standard across all models. Both models come with either a six and one-half-foot or eight-foot beds. . . . .