Ferrari 599 GTB vs Chevrolet C10 (1968) vs Porsche 911 Turbo
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GM 10 Bolt 8.5" Posi Install "How To" Chevy C10 Truck - Eaton Truetrac
This is the install video of an Eaton Detroit Truetrac posi unit into my LS
powered 1987 Chevy truck.
Rear gears are 3.42
Trans is a 4L80e with a stock converter.
LS 5.3 engine (325ci)
- Differential Shim kit Richmond (part # 3800061) = $19
- Differential bearings x2 (LM102949) & races x2 (LM102911) = $45
- 3 qts regular GL5 gear oil = $18
- Eaton Detroit Truetrac Posi/Limited Slip Differential 10 bolt 8.5" 28
spline axle (part # 912A556) = $385 shipped from Summit on Ebay
Ring Gear Bolts (reverse thread) Torque to 65ft lbs
Side Bearing Cap Bolts Torque to 60ft lbs
Backlash should be .005-.009
New Bearing 14-19in lbs
Used Bearing 6-8in lbs
Driving video of this truck with the welded diff doing hard pulls here:
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SOLD - 1976 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Pickup Truck for sale by Auto Haus of Naples AutoHausFL.com
Offered for sale is an amazing vintage Chevy C-10 Show Truck, a 1976 model
in a beautiful deep red metallic with black trim, and way too much
equipment to list. It has a recently overhauled and dressed 454ci motor
coupled to a freshly rebuilt TH400 transmission (B&M kit and pan, 3000 rpm
stall). The suspension is level 2 Ridetech at the four corners (this kit
costs in excess of $6k on their website), with digital pressure control and
a 4-link rear end. The differential is limited slip with 3.90 gears, and it
has discs at the front with rebuilt drums at the rear. No expense was
spared, and the body was removed from the frame and completely disassembled
prior to paint. The gauges are new. The bed has a beautiful new wood kit
installed. Under the hood, you'll find MSD ignition, a chrome Holley 750
carb, Hedman headers, and a complete AC system from Vintage Air. Receipts
totaling $50K included - this truck was done right, down to the last nut
and bolt - just way too much to list. Please call us at (239) 273-1150 or
(239) 261-3600 for sales information.
Muscle Truck Revamp on a 1974 Chevrolet C10! - Hot Rod Garage Ep. 5
On this episode of Hot Rod Garage Presented by Lincoln Tech we revamp the
Muscle Truck, our 1974 Chevrolet C10. In episode 28 of Roadkill we ripped
the stepside fenders off the bed and cut the front sheet metal to make room
for aggressive off-road rubber so that we could roost through the Imperial
Sand Dunes. The fenderless version of the Muscle Truck was fun but it’s
high time we restore the truck to her former glory. We’ll replace the
rapidly deteriorating particle board bed floor with new oak slats and
bolt-on a new pair of aftermarket front fenders. We’ll also add a bit of
functionality to the truck by covering the massive step notch in the rear
frame rails with sheet metal, which will keep stuff from falling out of the
bed. As usual, Finnegan and Freiburger will answer viewer questions pulled
from our Facebook page and Lincoln Tech instructors and students will drop
a bit of knowledge in a
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Chevy 5150 Pro Street C10 Drag Truck the Ultimate Street Outlaw
Chevrolet C10 Drag Truck is street legal and driven to weekly car events at
local establishments. The aluminum head 496 Blown Big Block is powering the
5150 for the first time since completion at Reed's Auto Body and Paint!
Street Drag truck that is a show winner!
2 1000 CFM Holley Carbs,1271 Littlefield Blower, solid roller cam, and a
few other secrets make this truck 5150.
Holley 1967 Chevy C10 Restomod - Jay Leno's Garage
Holley CEO Tom Tomlinson takes Jay under the hood of his company's rolling
showcase… which tunes itself!
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85 LS1 C10 swb truck at the track
. 85 LS1 C10 swb truck at the track. Stock long block out of 98' Z28 with a
750 holley and edelbrock intake, and 3.73's , TH400 stock
Charger Steve's General Lee Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 12-1-2012
Charger Steves movie car drag racing at barona drag strip on the 1/8 mile
Charger Steve acquired his real 1969 dodge charger General Lee in 2007.
After the Dukes of Hazzard series ended in the mid-80's only 17 Generals
remained. These were soon sold off and 17 certificates / letters signed by
Frank Mejerski of Warner Brothers accompanied each vehicle proving their
After a few short years, Warner Brothers began working on a couple Dukes of
Hazzard TV movies and several more General Lee's were produced by WB.
Steve's General Lee was used as a hero car during the filming of these TV
movies starring the original cast, including John Schneider, Tom Wopat and
fter filming these movies during the 90's, four Generals remained (one of
which we believe to be John Schneider's famous Lee that was sold at Barrett
Jackson in 2008 that he referred to as "Bo's General Lee") and the last
three sat patiently at Warner Brothers until 2003 when restoration began
One of these remaining three Lee's lost its battle with cancer while
hibernating and was turned into a "buck" (a non running prop used for close
ups -- this car was labeled #4). The remaining 2 vehicles (referred to as
#2 and #3 became the start of a new fleet of more than 30 General Lee's
used in the 2005 movie.
Steve's General was labeled car #3 and became the first ever Remote Drive
Vehicle (RDV) ever built. Eventually a second remote vehicle #13 would be
created, but #3 was used extensively during filming as #13 would eventually
brake down mid production after accidently catching air on a bump
These 2005 screen used General Lee's are described in detail in the August
2005 issue of the Mopar Collector's Guide. Detailed information on the
Remote Drive Vehicles is described in the September issue as well. These
amazing vehicles were designed by Warner Brothers masterminds that created
a roof driven vehicle. Every aspect including steering, braking and
acceleration were all controlled by a stunt driver located on the roof of
these intricate and extremely expensive vehicles. These designs would prove
to be the MOST EXPENSIVE SCREEN USED GENERAL LEES EVER BUILT!
Accompanying Steve's General Lee is a certificate / letter signed by Frank
Mejerski of Warner Brothers making his General Lee only the eighteenth with
this claim and Steve's General Lee is one of only 20 Generals left in the
world that were used on screen by the original Dukes of Hazzard cast and
crew. Steve's #3 is one of only 2 Generals to be used by both the original
cast and the 2005 Dukes of Hazzard movie cast.
THIS IS A RARE PIECE OF HOLLYWOOD ROYALTY!
This car has to be worth something.
Any offers? ......