What model is a gmt400?

What model is a gmt400?

The GMT 400 and similar GMT 480 was the platform for the 1988-1998 model year Chevrolet C/K / GMC Sierra full-size pickup trucks. The GMT 410, GMT 420, GMT 425, and GMT 430 were derived for full-size SUVs, including the 1992–1994 Chevrolet Blazer and 1995–2000 Tahoe, and the GMC Yukon from late 1991 to 2000.

What is a GMT 800 truck?

The GMT800 was a General Motors full-size truck platform used from the 1999 through 2006 model years. The GMT800 introduced a three-section frame system. This could be mixed and matched depending on the wheelbase, GVWR, and body type fitted to the platform, rather than a single-piece long frame.

What years are NBS Chevy?

The year 1988 (or the start of the ’90s) is used to mark the beginning of the OBS truck era. Since OBS trucks transitioned into NBS “New Body Style” trucks around the year 2000, this period can be seen as the threshold of when a truck could be considered an OBS.

What transmission is in a 1988 Chevy 1500?

Transmissions. The C1500 came standard with a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Four-wheel-drive diesels came standard with a three-speed automatic overdrive transmission.

Do you like your GMT400’s?

I’ve put tens of thousands of miles on GMT400 trucks. I love them. Currently on my fifth. Driven several GMT800 trucks, never cared for them as well. Generally speaking, I don’t like the interiors on the newer trucks as well, but being newer they have more/better creature comforts.

How long do GMT800’s last?

You’ll never see a GMT800 last that long, especially the hub bearings. In my opinion, a 99 Suburban or Tahoe/Yukon is one of the most versatile, comfortable, affordable, and safest family vehicles you can buy.

Does the GMT400 come with disc brakes?

I installed disc brakes on my gmt400. Both it and the sierra I had both came with disc brakes. I don’t think were available until you get into the heavy Chevy’s drperry Fox 1! Fox 2! Fox 3! I installed disc brakes on my gmt400. Both it and the sierra I had both came with disc brakes. I don’t think were available until you get into the heavy Chevy’s

What parts should I look for when buying a GMT800?

Original CVs, hub bearings, ball joints, and tie rod ends. Only the Pitman and idler arm have been replaced, and that was just recently. You’ll never see a GMT800 last that long, especially the hub bearings. In my opinion, a 99 Suburban or Tahoe/Yukon is one of the most versatile, comfortable, affordable, and safest family vehicles you can buy.