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 Where Is a Truck's U Joint?

Answer A U joint, or universal joint, is a type of connection used in many applications, but primarily in a car or truck's drivetrain. The universal joint takes its name from the ability of the joint to m... Read More »
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How to Remove an Upper Ball Joint on Trucks?

Replacing the upper ball joints in your truck can be a tough experience if you don't know what you are doing. With a little direction, some basic tools and a general understanding of the front end ... Read More »
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Where are GMC trucks manufactured?

GMC trucks are assembled in many places in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Assembly plants include Fort Wayne, Indiana; Arlington, Texas; Flint, Michigan; Shreveport, Louisiana; Lansing, Mich... Read More »
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Where are GM trucks made?

In the the United States, General Motors produces trucks at plants in Arlington, Texas; Flint, Mich.; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Lansing, Mich.; Shreveport, La.; Spring Hill, Fla.; and Wentzville, Mo. In Ca... Read More »
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Where are gmc trucks produced?

GMC trucks are made by the General Motors Co. No truck is made entirely at a single plant, but rather the bodies, the engine and the wheels are all made in different plants across the United States... Read More »
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