1972 Chevy Suburban running a Monster TH400 4x4 SS Transmission and performance Stall Torque Converter.
MY LOVE FOR HOT RODS GO WAY BACK. STARTED OUT AS A TEENAGER WITH A 76 MONZA WITH A 406 AND IT WENT FROM THERE.
DID ALL KINDS OF RACING STARTED OUT WITH GOKARTS' DIRT TRACK' DRAGRACING' PULLING TRACTORS
THEN I OPENED MY BUSINESS PARADISE CUSTOMS IN 1992 BUILDING SHOW CARS' AND RACE CARS' FROM CHASSIS' TO MOTORS' TO PAINT' ALL DONE IN HOUSE JUST BUILT NEW 40X30 3 STORY BUILDING JUST TO DO UPHOLSTERY WORK
AND THAT IS CALLED STITCH-ON-KUSTOMS SO NOW I CAN DO IT ALL IN HOUSE
NOW WITH THE TWO BUSINESS COMBINED IT IS CALL P & S KUSTOMS IN PARKTON MD
IN SEPT OF 2007 MY WIFE AND I BUILT A 1972 SUBURBAN IN 39 DAYS I NEEDED A TRANSMISSION TO FINISH THE PROJECT BEEN DEALING WITH MONSTER TRANSMISSIONS AND JUST GETTING CONVERTERS WELL LETS GET ARE TRANNY FROM THESE CATS AND I AM SO GLAD THAT I DID THEY TOOK MY SPECS BUILT MY TRANNY AND CONVERTER
AND IT WAS AT MY DOOR IN A WEEK AT THE END OF THE 39TH DAY WE FINISHED AT 2:00 TUES KNIGHT AND LEFT
WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 5:30 AND DROVE IT TO MISSISSIPPI TO CRUISE THE COAST 3500 MILES AND NOT ONE PROBLEM AND THAT IS PART BY MONSTER TRANSMISSIONS QUALITY PRODUCTS
IT IS THE TIGHTEST AND SMOOTHEST SHIFTING TRANS I'VE EVER PURCHASE THE DOWN SHIFTING IS A MUST TO GET THIS HOT ROD STOPPED IT DOES NOT BANG IT GLIDES RIGHT IN AND I LOVE IT
ALL MY HOT RODS HAVE MONSTER TRANNYS AND CONVERTERS NOW THAT I AM SPONSORED BY MONSTER TRANSMISSIONS IT IS THE ONLY STICKERS THAT I AM PROUD TO HAVE ON MY TRUCKS AND CARS SO THANKS
FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE FOR ME AND WHAT'S TO COME IN THE FUTURE
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE MONSTER TEAM FOR ALL THEY HAVE DONE FOR US !!!!!!
SINCERELY & THANKS
MIKE & WINNIE STICKLES
a peek at my chevy suburban 12inch lift 39inch tires 454 motor 4wheel drive
1976 Suburban 3/4 Ton 4x4 TRUCK Out of Storage after 15 years
http://www.TheBurban.com OFFICIAL SITE with more videos and Pictures of
1976 GMC 4x4 Suburban 3/4 Ton out of storage after 15 years. I needed to
find me a truck, and find me a truck I did, right under my own nose. We are
proud to introduce this good old 76 GMC Suburban Four Wheel Drive back into
civilization after 15 years in storage. It was in Wisconsin and then driven
out to California to have it slowly but surely restored into a "Sleeper"
crawler/pre-runner. We plan to keep it looking like a "Day 2" 1976 as much
as possible but with some mean new upgrades under the it's sleeve.
Currently it has 6" Block, Shock, and Leaf spring lift. Small Block 400 CID
Motor with new Cam and new stroke. Edelbrock 600 Carb. turbo 350 Automatic Trans with aftermarket shift
4L60E Transmission Teardown Inspection - Transmission Repair
On this video we can see the disassembly of a 2006 4L60E transmission. The
most common failure on these units is 3rd. clutch burn up, the reaction sun
shell and the 2-4 band. Failure on these transmissions is not necessary the
way it is treated, rather is these common or pattern failures. Valve body
ware is also another issue and can be corrected installing a correction kit
of your choice.
Tribute to 67-72 Chevy/GMC Trucks
This video is a picture slide show tribute to 1967 - 1972 Chevrolet and GMC
Pickups, Blazers, and Suburbans.
If you interested in or own one of these beautiful trucks, check out the
forums at 67-72chevytrucks.com, the best
source of information and pics for Chevy/GMC trucks anywhere on the web!
The day after I bought this Suburban for $400 as my new daily driver, I had
to go test it out a little bit. It's a 1977 1/2 ton 4x4 Suburban with a
Goodwrench 350, SM465 4spd manual and NP205, GM 12-bolt rear and 10-bolt
front with 3.73 gears and no lockers or no posi, stock height, factory 15x8
Rally wheels and 235/75R15 balding street tires, factory tach gauge
cluster, tilt column, rear a/c and heat. Almost every Silverado option
except for PW or PDL or intermittent wipers. Was sort of rare being a
manual transmission also.
Kevin's 1977 Chevy Silverado Big Block 454 w/ TH400 trans
This is the truck I've been working on for about three years. The frame and
axles are from a 1985 GMC Sierra 3/4 ton 4x4 with a 350 engine and a TH400
transmission. My grandpa purchased a 1977 Chevy Silverado Camper Special
brand new back in 1977. That truck had a 454 big block engine and a TH400
transmission in it. My goal is to make the '85 GMC look like a 4x4 version
of my grandpa's truck -- with a plethora other modifications/
customizations. I have pictures of the project posted on webshots:
I recently posted this same video on a different website that doesn't
destroy the quality of the file. Check it out here:
This video was taken 8/20/08, two days before I left for Clarkson