Posted by RGMartin on August 22, 2012 at 06:09:28 from (188.8.131.52):
I picked up a 92 chevy over the summer for a beater farm truck. I have been trying to sort out all its Gremlins to get it ready to haul some grain. Couple questions...
The 2 speed axle blows fuses any time you try to shift it. Is this likely just a wiring issue, or is there some inherent design flaw in the 2 speed which goes bad after 20 years?
Also the injected 366, I know on the Ford gassers in trucks you are supposed to "drive it like you stole it" in order to save the bottom end. Same issue with the Chevys? Anything to keep an eye on? it sounds good, starts good, seems to have OK power, but I'm sure that opinion will change once I put 250 bu of corn on it.
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