I stopped part way up the hill and pushed the transfer case forward until it clunked into gear in 4L, but it wasn't fully forward that last inch push that really locks it in. As far as the rear gearing i think you have 3:73 or 3:42s which are pretty good as they are. My husband crashed the first one, and my daughter hit a deer with the second. You do not acquire ownership rights to any content, document or other materials viewed through the site. I enjoyed reading your comment on this vehicle.
General Comments: I love this truck compared to my 1989 F250, and my 1993 F150. I am currently purchasing one right now. I took a wind tunnel from another truck with carburetor setup, and drilled two holes for the throttle body fittings, and there you go. The only difference is my door handle works, but sometimes the door won't shut completely; it has swung open while I was driving before. Model year 1995 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 2008 Most recent year of ownership 2012 Engine and transmission 5. But for a 95 with 200,000 hard towing miles, it still runs beautifully.
I have owned three 95 Chevy trucks, and loved every one! Available were several other engines, including a 175-horsepower, 5. The medium-compression 1995 Chevy 350-cubic-inch engine saw use in only two vehicles: Tahoe and Suburban. Faults: When I first bought my truck, I spent about 500 dollars on a new brake system due to the owner before me, but other than that, I've had to replace the water pump, passenger door handle, and a rebuilt transmission rear end broke due to playing in the mud and woods. I have very bad tired with about 15% tread left but even with bad tires it runs like a beast! This version of the 350 retained the same 4-inch bore and 3. The regular cab, long bed variant measured more than 212 inches long, had a wheelbase of 131 inches and curb weight of almost 4,000 lbs.
A five-speed manual transmission came standard with the 1995 K1500 Silverados. My husband suggested I get a car for gas savings. Reproduction of part or all of the contents of this web-site in any form is prohibited and may not be recopied and shared with a third party. Model year 1995 Year of manufacture 1995 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2011 Engine and transmission 5. The regular cab, short-bed K1500s measured about 194 inches long, 77 inches wide and 70 inches tall with a wheelbase of 117 inches and curb weight of more than 3,800 lbs. I fix it my self all the time and work on my friends Chevy trucks and Tahoe's so I know the common problems, engine wise only regular wear on starter, alternator, water pump. I bought it new in 1995 and now have 476,000 miles on it and still drive back and forth to the beach every week 4 hour drive I have only minor repairs.
No onehad much of an answer. I will never give it up. The commercial copying, redistribution, use or publication by you of any such matters or any part of this site is strictly prohibited. Also available was a four-speed automatic. It made for an unpleasant surprise when I got almost all the way up the hill and the transfer case popped out of gear! My only complaint there is that there is a four second delay from requesting four wheel drive and actually getting it to lock in.
Both regular and extended-cab models were four-wheel drive with front disc and rear drum brakes. Fabulous Truck 4 out of 5 stars by Tyler from on Thu Mar 06 2014 I have a 95' Silverado 1500 with the 5. The dual exhaust is a beast roars like a monster, everybody loves it. It's got great power still for being the original motor. Since then, it has been used in many different styles of vehicles. . My teenager babied this truck for the 2 years we owned it.
There are some annoyances like door handles breaking, but parts are inexpensive and readily available. So I checked with some Chevy dealers and General Motors Corp. Note that it has new brakes, new glass-pack muffler and tailpipes with chrome tips, new tie rods, and new windshield washer pump. This is my first vechile it has only 134,000 miles and the only problem have had so far is a leaky line to the radiator and that's it. It runs great and I have no problems at all. I want my truck back!!! The extended cab short-beds measured 218 inches long, with a wheelbase of 141 inches and curb weight of 4,200 lbs. It must be one of those vehicles that was built on a Wednesday, because I have had outstanding service from this truck, and I work it very hard and often on the farm.
The tbi setup is good the heads,intake,cam make it what it is. The regular cab supported seating for up to three people, while the extended cab variant allowed for up to six people with front and rear bench seats. I was towing a load of railroad ties up a steep, rocky dirt road, and partway up realized that I needed 4wd to make the climb. After my trans guy built a bulletproof unit I towed my 6,000 lb trailer to the Grand Canyon. Sometimes that four seconds feels like an eternity. The horsepower ranged from 260 to 300, and the torque ranged from 325 foot-pounds to 340 foot-pounds.
And I managed to put a cold air intake on the throttle body setup; very easy. If you dont mind the cost of fuel get one they are like the commercial said The Longest Lasting Trucks In America. Both regular and extended cab variants came with a 25-gallon fuel tank, and fuel economy ranged from 11 to 14 mpg city and 13 to 19 mpg highway. The extended cab, long beds measured 237 inches long and 74 inches tall, with a wheelbase of 155 inches and curb weight of 4,300 lbs. Replace the master cilinder and put some good aftermarket rotors and pads.
The compression ratio was set at 10. Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the content, organization, graphics, design, compilation, magnetic translation, digital conversion and other matters related to the automobile-catalog. Faults: 115k, several dash and interior lamps. General Comments: This has been the best pickup that I have ever owned. Don't Know Review Date: 22nd January, 2011.