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What body style is what. So many parts catalouges refer to body style and I would like to know exactly which style I have. It is a 2000 Yukon. I have been told it is the same as the Tahoe but the 2000 chevys look different. Does anyone have pictures of the different body styles and to what they are refered to as? Thanks for any help.
 

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What body style is what. So many parts catalouges refer to body style and I would like to know exactly which style I have. It is a 2000 Yukon. I have been told it is the same as the Tahoe but the 2000 chevys look different. Does anyone have pictures of the different body styles and to what they are refered to as? Thanks for any help.

NBS.....NNBS on the SUV's for the Years and Models/Platform

A 2007" and Up NNBS/GMT-900 Tahoe,



A 2000" To 2006" NBS/GMT-800 Tahoe,





A 1992" To 1999" OBS/GMT-400 Tahoe,




A 2007" and Up NNBS/GMT-900 Yukon,



A 2000" To 2006" NBS/GMT-800 Yukon,



A 1992" To 1999" OBS/GMT-400 Yukon,



Without Being Able to See a Picture of Your Ride.....I Would Say from What You've Mentioned Your 2000" Yukon Would be a NBS/GMT-800/Platform

 

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good info that kinda confused me too, but after your explaination and pictures i think even a cave man could figure it out lol!!
 

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Here is the information on the Trucks as it is Confusing When it Comes to Dis-Scripting What Year/Style the Siverado's and/or Sierra's Fall Under is it a...OBS.....NBS....or NNBS??

Below is the Wording/Terminology.......Which is Used on Just About Every, if Not All of the Chevy/G.M. Truck Forums on the Net,

PLATFORM/VEHICLE.....STYLE..........YEARS


OOBS.......................Old Old Body Style......73" To 87"
OBS/GMT-400..........Old Body Style.....88" To **99"
NBS/GMT-800..........New Body Style....
**99" To *07"
NNBS/GMT-900.......New New Body Style.....
**07" To 13"

....C/K SILVERADO
1500....OBS/GMT-400.....88" To **99"



.....SILVERADO/SIERRA......NBS/GMT-800...**1999" To 2002"





.....SILVERADO/SIERRA.....NBS/GMT-800.....2003" To **2007"





**1999" -**2007"

GM GMT800 platform
Vortec 4300 (4.3 L) V6
Vortec 4800 (4.8 L) V8
Vortec 5300 (5.3 L) V8
Vortec 6000 (6.0 L) V8


4-speed 4L60E automatic
4-speed 4L65E automatic
4-speed 4L80E automatic
5-speed manual

119 in (3,023 mm)
133 in (3,378 mm)
143.5 in (3,645 mm)
203 in (5,156 mm)
227 in (5,766 mm)
246 in (6,248 mm)
Hybrid: 230.2 in (5,847 mm)
78.5 in (1,994 mm)
]74 in (1,880 mm)
77 in (1,956 mm)
Hybrid 2WD: 71.2 in (1,808 mm)
Hybrid 4WD: 73.9 in (1,877 mm)




.....SILVERADO/SIERRA......NNBS/GMT-900.....**2007" To 2013"






**2007 to Current
GM GMT900 platform:
(Chevrolet Silverado)
(GMC Sierra)

[4.3 L V6 195 hp (145 kW)
4.8 L V8 295 hp (220 kW)

5.3 L V8 315 hp (235 kW)

6.0 L V8 367 hp (274 kW)

6.2 L V8 403 hp (301 kW)

6-speed automatic

Regular: 119 in (3,023 mm)
Extended & Crew: 143.5 in (3,645 mm)
Regular: 205.6 in (5,222 mm)
Extended & Crew: 230.2 in (5,847 mm)
Hybrid: 229.9 in (5,839 mm)
Regular & Extended: 79.9 in (2,029 mm)
Crew: 80 in (2,032 mm)
Regular & Extended: 73.9 in (1,877 mm)
Crew: 73.8 in (1,875 mm)




***Back In 1999" and in 2007"......There Were 2 MODELS/PLATFORMS of CHEVY/GMC Trucks That Could Have Been Bought,

In...1999".....There Was The.....1999" Silverado-C/K 1500 OBS/GMT-400 and the 1999" Silverado 1500 NBS/GMT-800

In...2007"...There Was the 2007" NBS/GMT-800 Silverado 1500 Classic and the 2007" Silverado 1500 NNBS GMT-900


 

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Thanks to 99'HEARTBEAT for the research and time for the posts! Cleared up a lot of my confusion.
Maybe should consider making this a sticky.
 

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Mike - Thanks ever so much for your time to research and post the information. It is a very big help!
x2 I always thought my '07 was a NBS... now I know its NNBS...
Thanks for the info :great:
 

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Well if you fast forward to today The Tahoe, Yukon and the Escalada are all the same body and running gear. Different interior's and the bumpers but they all start life as a Tahoe of I think V10? But if you go backwards, the Blazer ( Full Size K5) came to being in 1969 all were 4 wheel drive and continued to 1992-95 when the brand was renamed to Tahoe & Yukon and then it made an experience as a Cadillac Escalada. All good solid trucks. Some fancy but a good Truck. My 2015 Tahoe is a very good example.
 
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