What is the bolt pattern on a 1988 S10?

What is the bolt pattern on a 1988 S10?

A5x4. 75 bolt pattern is on the Chevy S-10. Lug nuts are made of metal and are frequently designed and treated to prevent rust.

What size tires are on 1988 S10?

Chevrolet S10 1988 2.5 4WD

Tire Rim
195/75R15 6Jx15 ET50 OE
205/75R15 6Jx15 ET50 OE
235/75R15 7Jx15 ET50

What transmission is in a 1988 Chevy S10?

It was equipped with a 4L60 automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential with 3.42:1 gearing.

How wide is S10 frame?

Track (wheel mounting surface to wheel mounting surface) is 56″ front and 55″ rear. Frame is 32″ wide at the front and 34″ wide at the rear.

How much power can a NV3500 handle?

NV3500 MG5 has a input torque of 300ft-lbs. with my stock 350 pulling 212hp @4000 and 300ft-lbs @2800 I have had two fail and one of those went out leaving me with only 4th gear. I swapped it with a NV4500 MW3 2004 model. NV4500 can handle 475ft-lbs.

What was the length of a 1988 Chevy S-10?

With standard seating for as many as three people, the 1988 Chevy S-10 had headroom measured at around 39 inches, legroom at around 43 inches and hip room at around 51 inches. As for its exterior dimensions, it measured 178 inches in length, 65 inches in width and 61 inches in height with a 108-inch wheelbase.

How big are the wheels on a Chevrolet S10?

The S10 was offered with a straight 4 cylinder engine as well as V6 engines and also a 4 cylinder Diesel during its first generation, and automatic or manual transmissions. The wheels available on the S10 range from 14″ to 16″ but are mostly composed of 15″ rims.

What are the dimensions of a S-10 truck?

It has three doors, and the cab size has an overall length of 85.5 inches. Its wheelbase is 122.90 inches, and its overall length is 205.30 inches. Its width is 67.90 inches, and the height is 63.40 inches. The cargo bed measures 72.80 inches in length, with an overall width of 54.90 inches and a depth of 16.80 inches.

When did the Chevy’s 10 come out?

The S-10 was introduced in the 1980’s as one of Chevrolet’s contributions to the light pickup truck market. The first generation was produced between 1982 and 1993, while the second generation was produced between 1994 and 2004. In 2005, the S-10 was discontinued in the US and was replaced by the Chevrolet Colorado.

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