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marcz

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About marcz

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    1998 Chevy Cheyenne K2500
  1. GMC K2500

    Fuel tank is on the driver's side, between the frame. It could be that the steel ring that holds down the fuel pump on top of the tank has rusted and let the pump top spring up. You'll need to drop the tank or remove the bed ( 8 bolts ). If the top has popped up, careful with any sparks. There lines are rubber between the fuel tank and steel lines.
  2. Thanks for posting, good info on this site and lots of pictures. Great to see what others are doing with wheels.
  3. The rim size is 16". I've seen 2 different widths available, not sure what is stock. Good tip on the 17s, I'll check it out. Thanks!
  4. I've got a stock set of steel wheels on my truck, beginning to rust, shown in the attachment. Powder coated gray. I've painted the truck in Upol Raptor paint, black. Now I'd like to have wheels to match but very confused about sizing. Currently have LT 245/75/R16s all around. Wouldn't mind a little larger and more aggressive thread without a lift. Black steel would look good. Any ideas? Thanks, Marc
  5. Hello, I just replaced mine in my '98 Cheyenne K2500. In my case, I purchased a new one at the local dealer. It is a press fit with ridges covered in a red sealing material. I drilled the old one out with a drill slightly larger than the hole and increased the bit size until it spun out of the axle. I then used a socket to press it in.
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