About GMC V2500
The GMC V-Series is available in 1/2-, 3/4- and 1-tonne models. Both passenger cars and trucks are available. This 3/4-tonne all-wheel-drive pick-up is designed to get you back on the road. Whether hunting or hauling hay behind the barn, the V2500 offers towing power, performance and cargo space. In the early years of production, the V2500 underwent minor cosmetic and interior changes. The GMC V2500 featured many useful parts, such as a six-segment grille. Rectangular headlights were standard on all models. Station wagons had an updated nameplate, and each model had a different design. Some parts were added, such as a swiveling steering column.
In 1988, trucks were fitted with a radio antenna mounted on the bumper as a visible external modification, abandoning the fixed windscreen in use since 1973. The V2500 had a rigid carbon steel ladder with a low center section. The steering was variable ratio, and power steering was optional. All trucks were equipped with self-adjusting front disc brakes and protected rear drum brakes. Four-wheel hydraulic brakes with electric or vacuum assistance were available as an option. These GMC V2500 parts provide the car with sufficient power and a good driving experience. So if you're going to replace them, be sure to go with OEM GMC V2500 parts.
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With the new design, the company abandons the previous four trim levels of the Sierra, named SL/SLX/SLE. The rear suspension consists of a rigid double-arm axle that replaces the springs of the previous two generations. To further stabilize the axle under load or under acceleration, the axle dampers are positioned asymmetrically to each other. The gearbox has also been moved to the floor. In addition to the optional sliding doors, a second model with side doors has been introduced. The GMC V2500 is powered by a 4.3L V6 engine. It is the only engine offered for this model.
The body of the V2500 was redesigned with larger rear and side lights and a horizontal line at the front. The vans were inspired by the lighter grille. At the time of production, the vans were equipped with different all-wheel-drive systems. Regardless of the four-wheel-drive system fitted, the GMC V2500 pick-up had useful parts such as Vari-Rate monoshock springs, symmetrical front axle damping geometry and a load-sensing rear axle system. Like previous versions, the less expensive vans were equipped with twin headlamps. Quad headlights were offered as an option on the more expensive models. In the latest version, new safety parts are progressively integrated into the vehicle structure. A GMC V2500 requires routine maintenance tasks to keep it running efficiently. Old and worn-out components can be hurting the performance and fuel economy of your car. OEM GMC V2500 parts from the online store come directly from the automaker that assembled your vehicle. They are the GMC V2500 parts you want to use.