GMT400 - 88-98 C/K 1500 (Silverado)
GMT410 - 92-99 Suburban
GMT415 - 92-94 Blazer
GMT420 - 94-99 Tahoe
No, Chevy converted to a coil spring suspension for their GMT-900 trucks. (07 - 10)
The 400 Chevy is a small block engine. The 400 BIG BLOCK Chevy does not exist! 402 big block Chevy does. it seems in the early 70s Chevy put 402s in their pick ups and they had 400 badges. this opened the can of worms known as the non-existant big block 400.
You can if it has the Chevy bolt pattern.
400 ci Chevy, 400 ci Ford, 400 ci Chrysler, need to know which 400.
No, I do not think so as they are not the same engine.
a 400 small block Chevy has a 4.125" bore.
A Chevy turbo 400 will bolt up to a Chevy 400 engine just fine. A BOP (Buick, Olds, Pontiac) turbo 400 will not bolt up to a Chevy engine. The bellhousing is different between the Chevy turbo 400 case and the BOP turbo 400 case. Another option is a J-W Performance ultrabell which can be used with a Chevy or a Buick, Olds, Pontiac engine, but this requires the transmission case to be modified in order to use it (The original bellhousing must be cut off and the case prepped, then the ultrabell bolts on with the front pump bolts).
Yes it will.
About 400 lbs.
I believe it is like all chevy's 18436572