The drivers side is the one at the bottom. The notch is for the military gas tank well.
My Distributor has 6 wire coming out of it.
Made mine out of 2"x2" box tube and bolted it to the frame.
I would think that the cam shouldn't matter. My TBI motor is a 95' using a OBDI computer. It has a map sensor, two coolant sensors (one in the...
Under the passenger seat is where I put my 4 way lug wrench.
Here's what I came up with. At the bottom of the bracket, down by the door channel. There is a 3/8' pin that insert's into a hole in the window...
Not even close to the problem I have. My biggest, is avoiding trees.
This was a worst case impact. I have since repaired this. I know nothing...
I used a 90 degree gear reduction at the transfer case. I needed to get the speedometer to read right.
My tow bar is "V shaped". It won't stand up vertical.
It would save damage. (y)
My window frame has been taking a beating lately. I nailed the passenger side this weekend. Drivers side on the flop the time before. Minimal...
Late 90's 4.3 ltr Chevy Motors have one. I wonder if you could adapt it to the 225. Only need a couple of bolts to hold it on.
I had the same problem.
I mounted my motor 1" to the drivers side from center. I also modified the original transfer case cross member to use a GM transmission mount....
Changed out most of my M38a1 with GM parts. Power steering and power brakes. I also upgrades to the GM 1995 4.3 ltr TBI motor.
Are you going to put the tool box drain hole back in?
We think alike. I use an engine hoist with my SM465. Just went in though the passenger door opening. Set it on the floor, slid it out, and picked...
Classic Enterprises Panel are really good quality. I used them for my floor replacement.
That D-18 rear output bearing retainer on the left is for the version that uses the rear parking brake.
As for the shift fork. I've never had to...
I finished up today. This should keep the motor centered even on flopping.
Here is the back side.
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