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GMC C/K 2500 Series, GMC Sierra 2500, Exterior, Truck
Feb 04, 2005 (8:14 am)
the difference between K and C is 4x4 versus 4x2. You'll note in the fith, sixth, and seventh digits of your VIN, it reads K29 - if it were a 2WD truck, it'd be a C29.
Sorry, I do 20 GM lemon law cases per week, and with the huge influx of cases for engine tap/piston slap, I have all the model numbers memorized.
Feb 04, 2005 (8:21 am)
Thanks. That's just the information I was looking for. I really love the truck, but I started working for an auto manufacturer about a year ago and I want to get a vehicle built at my plant.
#4 of 6 Sure - bear in mind,
Feb 04, 2005 (8:27 am)
GM trucks really don't have the C/K designation any more, like way back when they were identified as the Chevy/GMC C/K, and had C10, C20, K5, K30, etc markings on the outside. Most value guides still recognize them this way, though, and I think most consumers will get the idea.
#5 of 6 Re: [sc0rp10n]
Feb 05, 2005 (10:00 pm)
Tag onto the previous post.
It appears that the '98 year was designated C/K in the Helms manual, though the C/K on the truck was no longer displayed. The Silverado was a trim designation.
In '99 the Silverado was the model.
Feb 07, 2005 (11:31 am)
in 1999, in the 1500 series, you had the choice of the Silverado/Sierra (new style) or classic style - in the 2500/3500, the Silverado/Sierra new body style didn't kick in until 2001.