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    1997 Chevy Suburban Dually, Vortec 7.4 (454) with K&N air filter and SS headers, (4L80E) four speed auto trans, 1 Ton Suspension with Firestone air assist in rear. Alcoa LTS wheels and Mich LTX E rated radials. Black in color with steel cowl induction hood with gray cloth int with third row seat. A piller pod with Autometer gauges looks and runs great.

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    How many miles?
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    Not sure if the older frame would handle it, but what a cool ride to transplant a Dmax/Allison into.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by lake p.a.l. View Post
    How many miles?
    Has 114K right now had 108 when I bought it from a soccer mom. I did all the mods has all the 1 ton suspension under it and an Air assist in the rear. I pulled a older 27 Daytona with twin I/O's and it pulled great other than could have had more power, but would pull a smaller boat great and gets 16 on the Hwy not pulling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Not sure if the older frame would handle it, but what a cool ride to transplant a Dmax/Allison into.....
    I am sure the frame would, it is very beefy, Where would you find out about the transplant I would consider keeping it if it had the duramax/Allison combo. Other than the power I like the truck nice ride, It get a ton of attention everywhere.Very neet ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Not sure if the older frame would handle it, but what a cool ride to transplant a Dmax/Allison into.....
    There are kits available to do Cummins swaps into these. Good luck with the sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varmit86 View Post
    I am sure the frame would, it is very beefy, Where would you find out about the transplant I would consider keeping it if it had the duramax/Allison combo. Other than the power I like the truck nice ride, It get a ton of attention everywhere.Very neet ride.
    Don't know that there is anyone actually doing swaps into this version of frame. However, after going from a '98 3500 dually (same bodystyle/frame series as your suburban) to this new GMT900 platform - the older frame would need some gussetting to support the weight and TQ of the DMax.
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    still have it.
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    would consider trading up to a duramax dually.
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    4th of July bmp
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    Quote Originally Posted by varmit86 View Post
    would consider trading up to a duramax dually.
    Just got back from Wa. in it a trouble free trip. Truck runs great and very unique.
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    bump
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    Damn, brings back memories
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    It is alot of fun to drive and gets attention everywhere. New price 12.5K
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