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Chevrolet Silverado SS Pace Truck 2003 posters

Chevrolet Silverado SS Pace Truck

The GMT800 Silverado/Sierra 1500 and 2500 Series (non HD) light pickup trucks were released in 1998 as the 1999 models. The "classic" light-duty GMT400 C/K trucks continued production alongside the new models until 2000 and the GMT800 Heavy-Duty Silverado/Sierra HD trucks were introduced. In 2002, the design was slightly changed and audio and HVAC controls were upgraded. The 2007 production units used the name 'classic' to distinguish between the first and second generation trucks. Light Duty There are several models of light-duty Silverados and Sierras, including the half-ton, SS, and Hybrid. Generally, these light-duty trucks are given either the 1500 or 2500 (non HD) moniker. They come in three cab sizes: a 2-door standard/regular cab, a 4-door extended cab, and a front-hinged 4-door crew cab. There are three cargo beds to choose from: a 69.2 in (1,758 mm) short box, a 78.7 in (1,999 mm) standard box, and a 97.6 in (2,479 mm) long box. The short box is only available with the extended or crew cab, and is the sole option in the latter. To make the frame stronger but lighter, GM implemented hydro-forming technology, which was innovated from the Corvette and later adopted by Ford and Dodge Ram. In 1999, only a regular cab and a 3-door extended cab were available, complete with the Vortec 4300 V6, Vortec 4800 V8, and the Vortec 5300 V8. The following year saw the introduction of a driver side door option for the extended cab, giving it four doors, plus the addition of the crew-cab body to the lineup. Output on the 5.3 L engine also increased to 285 hp (213 kW) and 325 ft·lb (441 N·m).

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