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The Chevy C/K full-size light-duty pickup has been one of the longest running automobile series in the U.S. Even though first in-house designs of the pickup appeared in 1930, the very first C/K line was launched only in 1960 to replace the Chevy Task Force. In course of time, the new pickup was followed by the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. The abbreviation C/K stands for the available drivetrain options: the C indicates two-wheel drive variants and the K represents four-wheel drive pickups. The truck came through 4 generations, with the last pickup produced in 1999. The first-generation Chevy C/K was offered in 4 body styles, a 2-door regular cab, 2-door/3-door extended cab, and 4-door crew cab. The wheelbase varied depending on the motor box: 115 inches (short box) and 127 inches (long box). The measurements differed with every C/K's successive generation.

Besides the base trim line, there was also a “Custom” one. The C/K series came with the standard GMC 305 in³ V6 engine, though a 236 in³ (3.9L) version producing 135 horsepower, 261 in³ (4.3L) straight-6s with 150 hp, and a 283 in³ (4.6L) V8 with 185 hp were available as well. The 1967 Chevy C/K, which got a nickname “Action Line”, was comfortable and convenient. Along with new model years came new and more powerful vehicles with upgraded Chevy C/K Pickup parts. The first-generation C/K series was available with 3-speed and 4-speed synchromesh manual and 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmissions.

Addition of side-marker reflectors differed the 1967 model from the 1968 C/K. Soon, the Chevy C/K got a more upright hood. The grille was the most noticeable among refreshed C/K Pickup parts. The “egg-crate” grille design came along with the 1971 model. The only change for both 1971 and 1972 models affected the rear view mirror that was glued to the windshield, instead of being bolted to the top of the cab as in the previous models. The third-generation design features included "double-wall" construction, sleek sculpted body, flared secondary beltline, and an aerodynamic cab. Wraparound tail lights were a new addition for the 3rd generation C/K. Several models, from 1994 until the end of C/K production, got some exterior refreshments, like a new front fascia, new wheel and tire combinations, rocker panels with a new 2-tone option, new gloss black folding outside mirrors, and door handles with a textured satin finish.

There are trucks and then there is the Chevy C/K Pickup. The difference? While other monsters of the road tend to blend into obscurity, the Chevy C/K Pickup stands out, further elevating its status due to the loyalty of its drivers. And that's what it's all about. The Chevrolet CK Pickup is known for its ability to haul as well as thunder down the freeway, giving a glimpse of the rugged style it is always recognized for. If you've been gunning for a shot at Chevy CK Pickup accessories that add onto the image, you've come to the right place! is here with a full selection of Chevy C/K Pickup Accessories and Parts for you to choose from. We showcase nothing less than the finest quality at prices that make sense. Floor mats, cargo liners, bed rails, tonneau covers, chrome trim, grilles, dash kits. The list goes on and on. We take Chevy C/K Pickup accessories and parts seriously because we know that's what you deserve. If your truck is in need of your personal touch, don't trust anyone other than!

Whatever you expect from your Chevy CK Pickup, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Chevy CK Pickup and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Nice Low Beam but High Beam Is Not Appreciated
Lumen® SB7601HL-CHR - 7x6" Rectangular Chrome LED Headlights with DRL
I really wanted to like these 7x6 lights for my older Chevy pickup, but I am not so sure now. Ordered 8/29, arrived 9/21. No instructions in the box so you may need to come back here if you want to see that. I installed them 'top' up. I think the low beams give a great spread out pattern. I believe the low beams give a superior pattern and intensity versus my sealed halogens. They illuminate the sides of the road as well as where the vehicle is pointed. That is important to me because we have a lot of big critters out here at night. I took my vehicle to an area where I could ensure they were pointed correctly. Nobody complained to me on either the drive before correcting them or after. I did not appear to be illuminating drivers of other vehicles unnecessarily after I corrected them. Ever since their installation however, the high beams have been disappointing. They act more like driving lights by putting a lot of intense light right unto the ground visually between the hood of the vehicle and about 20 feet out in front. There is a nice flooding of light from the low beams then there is these two intense fat sticks of light that pierce the low beam flood of light but projecting unto the road mostly. It was upsetting that I wasn't lighting up the trees in front of me or on the sides with my high beams. If anything, I think the high beams made lighting up the peripheral view worse because I think the low beams became less intense. If the clear lens did not say top on top, I'd swear I have them upside down. I feel they are not manufactured upside down though because on low beam, the bottom section is on. When on high beam, both the bottom section and top section are on for both lights. I tested the running lights but have not installed wiring for them yet. They seem really nice. I think I will keep them, but I do not recommend them.
Posted by Steven (Mico, TX) / September 23, 20201995 Chevy CK Pickup
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