Hi, I'm Woogeroo.
Here are some links to sites that will help you find parts and
information for your truck.
http://woogeroo.home.mindspring.com/autolinks/trucks.html - Links to
sites with information about trucks.
Scroll down to, Chevy Truck Resource Pages for the relevant Chevy
Scroll down to, GMC Truck Resource Pages for the relevant GMC truck
Links to the websites for companies that sell parts for old trucks.
Each link has a description of what year and make(chevy only / gmc
only or chevy and gmc) that company sells parts for. Shop manuals,
owners manuals, aftermarket doodads, etc.. Several of the parts
vendors websites also have some very good technical articles on the
sites, so be sure to check out each site thoroughly.
50 plus vendors linked, parts for 1918-current chevy/gmc trucks - but
mainly for 40's - '72
In addition to the above vendors, many of the big box stores like
NAPA, Advance, etc., have a lot of the mechanical parts still in their
warehouses. Things like fuel pumps, brake shoes, carb. rebuild kits...
things of that nature. They may not have it on the backshelf of your
local location, but they can order stuff and have it delivered to that
location at no charge to you. It is something to keep in mind.
http://www.chevytalk.com - all things/all years Chevrolet. Click on
'forums' and scroll down through the rather long list to look for the
forums specific to your truck, the forums are done by type or year
model. For example, the 1960-1966 trucks and vans Forum - is for the
full size trucks. Lots of fellow truck geeks. In the Forums, where you
post messages you come up with a user name, password and provide a
valid email address(which you can choose to not display) and you are
http://67-72chevytrucks.com - The 1947-1998 Chevrolet & GMC pickup
Message Board - message board forums, links to parts, tech tips, tech
articles. In the Forums, where you post messages you come up with a
user name, password and provide a valid email address(which you can
choose to not display) and you are in. I believe that originally it
was for 67-72chevy trucks, hence the domain name... but they type
about all kinds of trucks in there on the forums.
http://www.stovebolt.com - all things pre-1973 General Motors trucks.
Forums, links, tech articles, Swap Meet(classifieds for whole trucks
and parts), Gallery page for you to submit your truck to. Posted to
daily. Lots of fellow truck geeks. In the Forums, where you post
messages you come up with a user name, password and provide a valid
email address(which you can choose to not display) and you are in.
http://www.stovebolt.com/links/ - link to the links page for The
Stovebolt Page. Broken down into types of links...
parts/info/publication, etc.. This page has LOTS and LOTS of links to
websites for companies that sell parts or products for keeping your
old truck running.
for used parts check the following:
http://www.stovebolt.com - Swap Meet(which is their name for their
very neat classifieds section - free to use and free to post ads - you
will need a user name, password and provide a valid email
address(which you can choose to not display) and you are in - this
user name and password is separate from the username/password to use
the forums. One key does not fit all the locks...
http://www.chevytalk.com - classifieds section - broken down into year
models, type of vehicle. Free to use, must be a supporting member to
place an ad or it is a per ad fee if not a member(I think).
http://67-72chevytrucks.com - (for chevy and gmc) message board, parts
board specific to the year of the truck you are looking for parts for.
Example: if you were looking for a steering wheel for a 1963 chevy
truck, you would go to the 60-66 parts board.
I hope this helps.
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