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Old 08-25-2011, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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'01 K2500HD Crew Cab XXX Traction SFA

**** EDIT - SOLD! ****


2001 Chevy K2500 HD Crew Cab Short Bed.

44,000 original miles.
- XXX Traction 4-Link Coil Over front suspension.
- 35 Spline Dana 60 front. Totally rebuilt. All new 5.13 gears, bearings, ball joints, brakes, U-Joints, Seals ect.
- 11.5" 14 Bolt Rear. Totally rebuilt. All new 5.13 gears, bearings, brakes, Seals, Detroit Locker Ect.
- 8.1 Big Block.
- Allison Trans.
- 8" Deaver rear springs.
- Custom NP273 T-Case.
- Hydro Assist steering. New steering box, pump and Ram
- New Serpentine Belt.
- New Grill.
- New Front Bumper (not in pics)
- ABS
- Super clean black leather interior.
- Everything has been serviced. Every fluid in it is new.

In the pics it has 38" Hancook M/T tires on 20X10" Centerline Wheels. Take it with those or choose a new set of tires and wheels that you like of equal value and I will put them on it. It will clear 40's no problem.

This thing is in excellent condition! The interior is near perfect!
$25,000.00 OBO.
Possible trade.
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Old 08-25-2011, 07:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 08-26-2011, 08:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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bad ass good looking truck. think bigger tires would fit without trimming?
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Old 08-27-2011, 08:11 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Does it have a front driveshaft?
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Sorry guys. Didn't see these questions til now.

mudskipper4x4 - Not in the pix, I just haven't bolted it in yet. I have a brand new BAMF CV Front shaft for it. 1350 at the Diff. It has a new 2 piece Dual 1350 CV rear shaft in it.

crawlwalkcrawl0331 - It would probly clear 40's with minor trimming in the rear. The front would be no problem, the front's pushed a couple inches forward. Chevy wheel wells are big at the top but not too wide at the bottom corners. It has quite a bit of articulation so the tires stuff in there pretty good and would, if anything, hit the bottom corners of the fenders in the rear first. I have a brand new set of 41" Pit Bull Rockers that I might put on it and do a little body work to make them clear.

This thing has a LOT of new, expensive parts on it!
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