1998 GMC Sierra 1500 CUSTOM FEATURES: Complete new front and rear
suspension components include narrowed Ford 9 differential with
3.80 Detroit Locker positrac, Strange pro race axles, Aerospace
Components high performance disc brakes on all 4 wheels, 4 link
traction rear suspension with AFCOILS-coil over rear shocks. TIG
welded aluminum fuel tank behind axle. Weld Prostar aluminum rims
15X14 in rear and 15X7 in front, Mick Thompson Sportsman radial
tires rear 31X18.00R15LT and front Cooper Cobra P255/60R15. TIG
welded custom mini tubs in bed to accommodate 15 wide MT tires.
Custom suspension done by Dennis Blackstone, Boise. Stock 350 CI V8
was completely rebuilt by Mike Hering at Valley Crankshaft in
Boise. Engine was modified to a 383 stroker. All new components
including Comp Cams camshaft. Dyno results show 395 HP at 5100 RPM
and 448# torque at 4300 RPM. Dyno sheet included. Includes a
reprogramming ECU, K&N air cleaner, ceramic coated block hugger
headers. Engine rebuild and components either rebuilt or replaced.
Honestly looks factory new under the hood, in the interior and the
exterior. Just passed emissions test easily with all mods. Custom
Exhaust by Ammermans. Flowmaster 50 Performance Series with Vortec.
Currently dumps out in front of rear axles. Resonates in cab. Will
be modified in 3 weeks. Original stock 700R4 automatic overdrive
transmission was rebuilt with a Stage 2 shift kit and full
performance parts by Brent McKenney-Custom Automatic Transmission
Boise. Sharp, crisp shifts. Dual cowl induction hood replaced stock
hood and rear bumper replaced with roll pan. Burgundy vinyl Tonneau
cover over bed. Original white paint and original burgundy interior
are in like new condition. Original owner bought new 10/14/1997
with 253 original miles. Sold it to a friend on 7/13/22.
74-year-old friend sold it to me on 8/8/22 after only 380 miles.
128,380 miles for a 24-year-old vehicle. Average of 5,349 miles per
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