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99-06 chevy hiniker mount

Discussion in 'Hiniker' started by Flamings10, Jan 15, 2008.

  1. Flamings10

    Flamings10 Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    does any one know how to figure out what mount i have? i was told that it was a 99 - 06 chevy mount, but i just found out that the 1500 is different from the 2500 and 3500 mount.
  2. Flamings10

    Flamings10 Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    I'm selling this mount on ebay if anyone is interested
  3. DUMZ

    DUMZ Senior Member
    Messages: 153

    contact your local dealer see if they can look up the part number for you...
  4. Flamings10

    Flamings10 Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    where would the part number be on the mount?
  5. Flamings10

    Flamings10 Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    i just got off the phone with a dealer and they say it fits 99-06 chevy or gmc 1500 trucks. but thats only by looking at it. i cant find any numbers or tags on it at all. it is forsale if anyone is interested.
  6. glockg23

    glockg23 Member
    Messages: 43

    This will be hard to sell
    as the stock GMC 1/2ton suspension squats down to much in the front and makes the truck look sick.

    But goodluck anyway
  7. Flamings10

    Flamings10 Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    yah, i kinda figured that it will be. i have a 92 chevy 1500 work truck, and to make it hold the weight of a hiniker 8' i cranked the torsion bars all the way up. now it holds it nicely.
  8. HinikerPrototyp

    HinikerPrototyp Member
    Messages: 88

    You might want to make sure you turn them back down when the plows off in the summer or get it realigned it might eat up the tires.i been running a 8 foot straight blade on a 94 1/2 ton for 3 years then it went on a 93 and its been on there for 10 years i have had a 4' by3' by 16 " deep box of treated sand in the back between the wheel wells with a pallet right behind the cab and 4 by 4 pieces of wood making up the rest of the play inbehind the box and it plows awesome.