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Pat Trujillo

1996 Chevy Kodiak single axle with 366

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I wish I could answer that. 

 

Do you know what the filter is located under the drivers side steps?

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On 12/10/2018 at 10:42 AM, Pat Trujillo said:

Would anyone know what the actual GVW of this model would be empty?

If it's the dump truck style with a steel dump body it's 17,100 lbs curb weight, give or take a few.

On 1/25/2019 at 10:29 PM, reelle said:

I wish I could answer that. 

 

Do you know what the filter is located under the drivers side steps?

I believe it's another fuel filter.... not sure why.... but napa said the number came up as a fuel filter.

 

My kodiak is the single axle dumper with the Cat 6.6l engine the mechanical 3116 block and I got an automatic Allison in there too. oh and a plow frame (which probably adds several hundred lbs.)

 

....shit I just realized that said january 2019....not 2020, well might help someone somewhere....

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