With the dually rear wheels, the 3500 measured 94. The engine had a 4-inch bore and 3. It developed 190 horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque. The front headroom was 40 inches and front hip room measured 60. The crew cab version sat on a 168. The 3500 series was the largest model in the light-duty truck category that also featured the 1500 series and 2500 series. Its like there is some resistence slowin me down along with the shaking.
It seems to do it at any speed but especially when im speeding up or turning. It sat on a 131. The crew cab model had a 5,176-pound curb weight. The standard cab version could accommodate three adults. The 3500 dually had a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds with a maximum payload of 4,019 pounds. It developed 230 horsepower and 385 foot-pounds of torque.
Buyers could choose from two optional engines. It has a manual trans. The crew cab version cleared the ground by 7. Im not sure how much gear oil is in it i havnt checked and i no it leaks. The crew cab version could seat up to six people.
Its curbside weight rating was 4,638 pounds. When i press in the clutch and coast it stops shaking. Rear hip room was 59. Its not wheel bearings,brakes or tires. The gross vehicle weight of the standard cab version was 9,000 pounds. The fuel tank on all versions held 34 gallons. Almost like the ebrake stuck a little or a low tire.
The standard power plant in the 1994 Silverado 3500 dually was a 5. 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. Interior rear crew cab dimensions offered 40. The front dimensions of the crew cab were virtually the same as the standard cab. You cant tell anythings wrong takin off until u hit 20 25. . The extended cab version had a 155.
I got in and went 2 drive home and noticed shaking which it wasnt doin at all b4. Also available as options were power windows and door locks, bed liner, sliding rear window and a split front bench seat. I have a 1994 chevy cheyenne 3500 dually 1 ton. The extended cab version tipped the scales at 4,387 pounds, depending on optional equipment and engine. Legroom in the front was 41.
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. . . . . .
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