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Old 01-21-2014, 06:21 PM   #1
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New to forums folks so if i make a mistake please for give me I am use to spell check and i do not see an icon for it so sorry for the spelling. the midas 2000xl that i purchased is it a class c rv and as for the chasis a 1979 GMC 3500 when looking for a maintenance manual is it classified as a p or a g 35

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Old 01-21-2014, 06:26 PM   #2
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all most any 1 ton or 3/4 ton info well give you most of the info you need

i had 14 trucks to work on and my call back year was all ways GM 79

you should have a GM350 / TH400 trans

as for the a p or g35 i am not sure

my spelling sucks too

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Hey Terry735001 Thanks for your response I have found a web site that i can get a chassis manual for this rig and it may explain everything i am hunting for do you know if there is a source that will explain the chassis data tag numbers for earlier model trucks. today all we have to do is take the vin number and it will explain all the pertinent information about that vehicle but that did not become law till sometime in the late 70 to early 80 if the info that i acquired is correct according to the mfg number on that tag riveted to the door jam the engine is a small block 400 but the literature that i have only goes to 1978 hope this not to much at one time
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