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1996 Sierra K2500 Big Block - $7,650 (Frenchtown)

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1996 gmc sierra
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 152200
paint color: silver
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: pickup

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I bought this pickup in non-running condition. The problem was a stripped distributor drive gear. I set about getting it up and running with the thought that I would probably keep it. I still might, but I have another 3/4-ton big block and one has to go. In the last 2 months this has had:
New distributor with new cap, rotor, and cam position sensor.
New coil and ignition control module.
New timing chain and sprockets (Cloyes)
New front cover, seal, and crank position sensor.
New front pads, rotors, and shocks.
New left front hub assembly and axle seal.
New high volume oil pump (Melling).
New pan and valve cover gaskets.
New front oxygen sensors (Bosch).
New water pump, thermostat, and serpentine belt.
New intake manifold and plenum gaskets.
New Bosch 4-hole fuel injectors.
New spark plugs.
New MAF.
Fresh synthetic gear oil in both differentials.
New synthetic ATF and new transmission filter.
New synthetic fluid in transfer case.
New upper and lower ball joints.
New inner and outer tie-rod ends.
Alignment.
New steering coupler (rag joint)
New front wheel speed sensors.
New air filter (NAPA Gold) and fuel filter (Bosch).
Fresh oil change with 5w30 synthetic and NAPA Gold filter.
New interstate battery.
New Warn winch controller.
New orange dex-cool coolant.
New upper and lower radiator hoses.
It is about ready for tires and has a cracked windshield. The heater, A/C, 4WD, and all power windows work. This is essentially a stock pickup with upgraded fuel injectors and a Warn 9000i winch. In addition to the big block, it has very stout running gear (8600GVW) including a 4L80E and a G80 rear differential. It has 4.10 gearing. This is a real workhorse with Rhino lining in the bed. The interior is in very nice shape (gray cloth). The exterior is also quite straight for a 1996. It could be a daily driver if you haul a lot of heavy stuff, have a short commute, or own a lot of Exxon-Mobil stock. Otherwise it would best serve for hauling firewood or hay, pulling a trailer, or other tasks where its torque, payload, and gearing are assets. I don’t see many survivors this nice with this power train. If you have read this far, you probably agree. Either way, thanks for looking and reading this far.

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