I seem to have lost all track of the old catalogs and google didn't
raise anybody I recognized from the past....
'58 Chevy C60 (quite a lot bigger brother to a C10/20 but same cab
style, etc., just running gear is a lot heavier) ...
I'm fed up w/ no odometer and speedometer to a certain point but the
real want is the gas tank level sending unit--they're a metallic
conductive strip that eventually breaks resulting in an "always full"
indication. I've never known exactly what they are made of; a braze
"repair" job of one on the other truck wasn't entirely satisfactory;
screwed up calibration something fierce... :)
So, the question is; anybody here have good source for vintage Chevy
No source, but here's a tip. When you get ready to replace the fuel sending
unit, it may, on your model, be easier to remove the bed than to drop the
tank. On my Chevy truck, the bed is held in by only 8 bolts that are easy to
I did eventually work way through the (nearly infinite; most useless)
google hits (btw, is it just me or does it seem that google's results
are getting to be less and less about connections/pertinence and more
and more about either for-pay-forced or other ways to advance rankings
via artifice? :( ) and did find LMC in Lenexa, on of the previous
outfits I have dealt w/ earlier. And, in the best of all possible
worlds, they have all the possible parts for not an exorbitant price
that actually are for the specific configuration...
Don't hardly get no better other than at >100F I'm probably not going to
be out there isolating the actual problem this afternoon... :)
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