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If i remember your setup correctly you have a 4.3L Vortec engine. The fuel pressure regulator and plastic fuel lines commonly had issues in that engine. The regulator and lines are located inside the intake manifold and when it goes bad it floods the engine terribly. That engine has a fuel pressure port on the metal fuel line coming into the engine. Attach a ...


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Rear - on each side, the shock will be bolted to the frame and the axle. Front - on each side, connected to the lower control arm and the frame. Easy to get to, but they might be rusty. Spray the nuts/bolts down with PB. I usually just go for whatever is cheap by a well known brand (Monroe, kyb, etc.). Try to keep them all the same brand/product ...


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Since the vehicle is a rear-wheel drive, placing the larger wheels on the front would have the advantage of maintaining normal sized wheels on the driving axle. This means the drive-train is working at its intended rotation. Placing larger wheels on the driven axle would mean the engine would have to rev lower to produce the same speed. This is probably a ...


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Along with what @Zaid said, which I agree with, there are two other aspects to worry about: Antilock Brake System (ABS) Traction control (I'm not sure your Sierra has this, but it bears mentioning) The problem with the ABS is, with that much of a difference, your ABS will believe there is a fault with the system and shut it down or might believe the ...


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Something to watch out for Since you intend to buy second-hand, one thing to watch out for is the age of the tire. From personal experience in desert climate, standard tires usually don't last beyond 3-4 years. A premium tire might buy you an extra year. See this question to know how to tell the age of a tire. Putting on a different size A rule of ...



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