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Chevy Medium-Duty Truck Forum Roll Call

Discussion in 'Medium-duty Truck Forum' started by ChevyFan, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

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    ROLL CALL for Chevy Medium-Duty Truck Owners and Drivers!
    Hey, let's get a current roll call to see how many are on the site and active!

    Let's go, let's hear from you if you've got (or had) a Chevy Medium-Duty Truck (or same GM platform vehicle).
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  2. waynebrv

    waynebrv New Member

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    91 GMC TopKick

    I have a 91 GMC Topkick trailer puller with full sleeper-cab/side access, 5 sp and 175HP 3116. Mint 41K original miles Barn kept.
    Wayne VA

    Not too active on this site. Largely because I found few answers and not a lot of info.
    Also too many pickup interloper responses asking what a Topkick is, works like this on a 350V8. I do visit occasionally.
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  3. 94 Jimmy P/U

    94 Jimmy P/U New Member

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    Hi im Mack i live 20 miles North of Memphis,Tn .


    Been around GM MED & Heavy duty trucks all my life .myself & my family have owned & operated 6500,7500,Brigadier,General & 9500 GMC Trucks w/ anything from a 366 & 4&2 tranny to a 8V92 Silver W/ 13spd.


    Currently driving for a Recap shop in Memphis. hoping to get my own truck again after 7 years of not owning a heavy truck of my own .

    these ole trucks get in your blood & man are they hard to get out of your system . lol
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  4. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

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    I know there are more guys on here with these trucks, even if you're using them for work or just driving them.
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  5. 94 Jimmy P/U

    94 Jimmy P/U New Member

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    amen Steve !! Still ALOT OF OLE JIMMY Trucks in service out there. esp in contruction & farming .



    Mack
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  6. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

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    I know, if you been going up and down the road all day long, you're going to see therm out and about.

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    @96 jimmy p/u [MENTION=1]Steve[/MENTION] #steve
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  7. 94 Jimmy P/U

    94 Jimmy P/U New Member

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    Ya you are ! There are still alot of med& heavy duty GM Trucks running around here in the Mid South area. I See some everyday. the last Heavy Jimmy i had was a 81 GMC Brigadier Tandem tractor 187" wb w/ 8V71 (318) Detroit, duel exhaust w/ 2590 Case Tractor exhaust pipes for exhaust tips on the mufflers, 11R22.5 Budd wheels , 9513 roadranger tranny, 14k f/a 46k, rockwell r/a double framed on Hendrickson walking beam suspension. & a 5 ton HIAB knuckle boom crane W/ 2 Line wetkit on the back. The crane was handy pulling motors, dump & equipment clyinders,duals off the "Pan tractors " (all IH OR Case IH)

    it was one hell of a good truck i miss it. the man who bought it from me in 2006 passed in 2009 . i been trying to buy it back from his 2 sons neither of them can agree on a price . I Wish i could get it back to work everyday & restore in the process!!


    maybe i can find another Jimmy if i cant buy my old 81 Brigadier back

    Mack


    This was my Lowboy tractor for 15 yrs . it also pulled a log & dump trailer i had if my 1 of my Mack's was in the shop .
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  8. mopester

    mopester New Member

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    Im still here

    2004 gmc c4500.

    loving it.
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  9. Dirty Dog

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    I am here now ,,, way up north but here,,,,, 2007 topkick C4500 4X4 ..... works every day with me.......
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  10. Bill Beauregard

    Bill Beauregard New Member

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    South West Vermont, Electrician with too many other interests. Lots of toys, and two sons in their 20s. They provide plenty of new machinery ideas. Biggest toy a 1976 C65 rack dump 427 gas 5x2. a 50000 mile cream puff
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  11. NEHoss24

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    Matt from Central Massachusetts, Farrier, Professional Firefighter, Father etc etc etc. Newly acquired 1984 GMC C70 366 clark 5 speed 2 speed rear end. just turned 103,000.
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  12. GMC1550

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    Willie from Rhode Island. I recently picked up a GMC 7000. 7yd dump and 10' highway plow. 366 gas with a 5+2. Needs some work but still runs, drives, plows and dumps. Holley needs to go and a little exhaust work. Brakes. Some doors and a few patches.

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  13. Nanomax2005

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    I have a 2005 GMC Topkick with a monroe package. Needing advice on buying a stage 2 turbo. For one, im am looking for a good quality turbo. For two, will I have to replace head bolts with a stage 2 turbo? Any info would be great!! Thanks
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