It was often seen with troop seats for eight in the bed. The proved to be a fatal flaw as the military moved increasingly to diesel engines during this time period. The 1986 Chevy truck featured two- and four-wheel drive, four- or six-cylinder, 2. Fitments included a , front and rear tow hooks, and a pintle hitch. The 1986 Chevy pickup truck used regular leaded gasoline could reach zero to 60 within 9.
The M1009 was rated for a 1,200 lb 540 kg payload and a 3,000 lb 1,400 kg towed load. There were heavier-duty variants, including the M1028, M1028A1, M1028A2 and M1028A3 shelter carriers the shelter being a mobile command, communications or intelligence operations enclosure. The dashboard has additional controls and dataplates. The truck also can be equipped with weapon supports in the cab, cargo tie down hooks, folding troop seats, pioneer tools, winches, and other military accessories. They were intended to replace the , and their related variants. The M1028A2 converted M1031 or m1028a1 and m1028A3 converted M1028 models had dual rear wheels.
The pickup had a 12. The axle gear ratios were 4. The '86 pickups had a rear pull-down tail gate and the truck had no rear step. Iron Duke four was a marked improvement over the prior two-liter four. The larger engine design gave the '86 Chevy a more power during acceleration. They were equipped with front wheel disc brakes and rear wheel drums. The 1986 C20 Chevrolet was a pickup truck made out of steel and metal, and weighed 3,445 pounds.
The 1986 Chevy pickup truck was a two-door single cab, small pickup truck. The 1984 Chevy pickup had a 2. These light utility vehicles were available with three engines: a Vortec 7. The two-barrel carburetor rated at 92 horsepower. The 1986 C20 Chevrolet Truck showcased a front engine-wheel layout, with the engine fitted in a slanted position that was vertical with respect to the length of the pick-up. The M1009 is a utility rig built from a Blazer and could be used for command and control, as well as officer transport. These trucks are rated to tow 3,000 lb 1,400 kg and were often used to tow the M101 ¾-ton trailer.
The investigation starting in 1991 and was closed a few years later without any recalls of vehicles, according to the Chevrolet Problems website. Many M1028s were upgraded at the company level to M1028A2 and A3 specs—the dual wheel rear end arrangement was a result of the M1028 flipping on its side because of the high center of gravity when carrying equipment shelters. They were all equipped with the. An armored variant was built by as the. These latter trucks were all rated for heavier 3,600 lb 1,600 kg or 3,900 lb 1,800 kg loads, compared to the M1008s 2,900 lb 1,300 kg load capacity.
Rear axles on M1028A2 and A3 duallies are. The trucks were originally white in color with gray vinyl interiors. The 1986 C20 Chevrolet Truck was a lightweight pickup, which launched production in the 1980s. The M1008 was the basic cargo truck, the M1010 was the ambulance, and the M1009 was a uprated to ¾-ton capacity. The front wheels measured 17 inches and the rear wheels extended 18 inches. The Chevy pickup was marketed to truck owners not concerned about towing and load capacities of having a full-size truck, but who desired having access to a pickup truck. General Motors made three versions: the four-door Crew Cab, four-door Utility and two-door Regular Cab, according to Automobile Magazine website.
Like many of the vehicle parts, the , cabin , and body panels are civilian-grade and offer no protection from firearms or explosives. It had a capacity of 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. The rest of the truck was 12-volt. In addition, vehicles had an H-Body configuration with front-end suspension. The lack of power steering was a hindrance in off-road, close quarters, and snow-plowing duties although most civilian and Air Force models had power steering. The 1986 Chevy truck had front and rear bumpers, a driver-side mirror with passenger-side mirror and chrome trim.
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The 1986 C20 Chevrolet Truck boasted a V6 engine. The M1008 trucks used open front axles, with the M1028 and M1031 variations often having a Trac-Lok limited slip. . . . . .
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