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Blog entries about my 1991 Suburban

  1. The Power Steering Pulley Ceases to Exist

    Yesterday, I got a call to rescue my cousin's Suburban that broke down. No big deal, I was already hooked up to the flatbed trailer and the truck was loaded with recovery gear from a previous rescue job I had to run earlier in the day. We get to his truck and load it up on the trailer, and proceed to head home. Everything's going well, and we're about 5 miles from home, when we hear a loud clunk, and suddenly lose voltage and power steering. No big deal, we probably just threw the serpenteine belt. ...
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    Suburban
  2. Picked up more military equipment M105A2

    You may have seen my thread asking about my odd configuration for cooling my transmission and towing a trailer. If not, here's a link: http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/sho...-configuration . Well, the trailer I was intending to tow was a M105A2 1.5 ton military trailer. It weighs in right at 3000 pounds, and the bed is a solid 4 foot off the ground. Here's a picture of it:
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    Suburban , Deuce and a Half
  3. Latest Updates to My 1-Ton Suburban Upgrade

    Check out the latest updates to my 1-ton conversion on my Suburban:

    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/sho...l=1#post292070
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    Suburban
  4. Starting a Huge Conversion Project

    It's going to be big, huge, insert your favorite large synonym here! I'm going to be converting my 1991 Chevy Suburban 1500 2wd into a monster 3500 4wd! Check out the details here:

    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=41287
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    Suburban
  5. Cruise Control Fixed

    Well, after owning the Suburban for about 3 years with no cruise control, I fixed it! I always knew what the issue was, but didn't want to spend the money to fix it.

    The cruise control servo on my suburban is an old vacuum motor style. It has a rubber diaphragm with an aluminum boss on it that is a loop to hold the hook-side of the throttle linkage. Well, that loop had ripped out on my previous cruise control motor, so the cruise couldn't pull the throttle.

    Replacement ...
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    Suburban
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