Its curbside weight rating was 4,638 pounds. Art's trailer does have a flat front and no doubt, it's like pulling a brick into the wind. Correct me if I'm wrong, but a '94 454 is a Gen V. I am now deployed overseas so I have to work through my wife and a garage and I will not have the self gratification of greasy wrench twisting. Please review the vehicle options and installation notes, to ensure you select the correct product for your Chevrolet K3500. Will that add significant power or should I save my money and invest in a 502 crate truck motor? Such a rig can be a rolling billboard for a company — and a sense of pride for the drivers and mechanics that take it in the field. Call and ask if the kit will work for a dually.
Interior rear crew cab dimensions offered 40. I have a 1994 k3500 4x4 crew cab dually I want to lift. Cracked clean off by the bolts. The fuel tank on all versions held 34 gallons. New brakes, caliper and rotors on all four. The standard power plant in the 1994 Silverado 3500 dually was a 5. I'm all for an aftermarket fuel injected or a carbed motor build or crate motor.
I would not drive it more than half a mile. Tires are dry rotted and need replaced. In regards to the spacers out back, do the same thing. Bed is new construction last year with new pressure treated deck. Jason Post Reply first off. I am upgrading to a bigger truck so I will no longer need this one, it is a 1994 ram 3500 12v Cummins automatic 4x4 246k miles, runs drives and shifts great, I use it on a daily basis and it hasn't let me down, the pump has never been turned up and is all stock. Requires new rims with 4.
I'm all for an aftermarket fuel injected or a carbed motor build or crate motor. The crew cab version could seat up to six people. The gallery below shows the important details of how this particular suspension was installed:. Such a rig can be a rolling billboard for a company — and a sense of pride for the drivers and mechanics that take it in the field. Lift Kit Helps Set Up Older Chevy Dually Service Truck For Off-Pavement Work Setting up a purpose-built service truck takes a lot of thought if time and money are to be well-spent.
This issue must be resolved. Requires new rims with 4. Art Post Reply Ya cam and headers check the tune. With the dually rear wheels, the 3500 measured 94. This truck is built like a tank. Options included a tachometer, bucket seats, tow package, chrome rear bumper, locking differential, two-tone paint scheme, audio system with cassette player, four-speed automatic transmission and cruise control. Will that add significant power or should I save my money and invest in a 502 crate truck motor? It developed 180 horsepower and 360 foot-pounds of torque, but there was a heavy-duty model of this engine that reached 190 horsepower and 390 foot-pounds of torque.
I fear I am polishing a turd, but we shall see. I assume something has been bastardized on these motors to keep them from putting out major hp and torque like the 454s from the '70s. Regardless, that motor should pull the trailer and maintain highway speed limits. I will try to keep the amusement level down by not saying I'd like fuel economy too. The crew cab model had a 5,176-pound curb weight. New valve cover gaskets, Throttle position sensor, and coolant temp sensor Rebuilt 4L80e transmission Newer battery, rebuilt starter with new 0 guage postive cable Im the second owner, purchased from older gentleman who had it since new, replaced few things, recently moved so nowhere to store now.
Buyers could choose from two optional engines. Two P98 clevis mounts are required for a rear pair of shocks purchased without a Tuff Country lift kit. This was the best vehicle buying experience I have ever had. Legroom in the front was 41. It developed 190 horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque.
Can those '70s 454s handle towing? I think a cam swap, headers, and a new fuel delivery will be in the future, if I have to go deeper it is probably financially advantageous to just buy a long block in a box. Clean title in handCould be a really nice truck for someone who wants to put the work into it, I'd like to keep it but really I'm a ford guy and my 7. Can those '70s 454s handle towing? Jason Post Reply first off. His truck is still a dog. Put some work into the brakes, new tires, maybe some suspension bits and have a nice work truck. Listed below are the Lift Kits that are designed to work with the 1994 Chevrolet K3500. The gallery below shows the important details of how this particular suspension was installed:.