I have a 1977 620 KingCab myself.I do not think they make lot of things,specific to our trucks.why are you trying to put coilovers on your truck?trying to lower it?If that is the case,you can actually achieve this without coilovers.Our trucks have what is known a "KingPin type" suspension in the front.To lower it,just adjust the nuts on your torsion bars up front(Same if you want to lift it).farmer_joe620 said:heyall. im new to the ite but not to the trucks. i was wondering where or what on i could find a pair of coilovers for the front of my truck. its a 74 620 pickup. ive looked all over ebay but with no luck. i could use some info. thanks
Does that mean you dropped in the Buick? 10-15 years ago this swap was very common. It seems like there must have been an abundance of Buick engines lying around somewhere or the swap must just work that well. I've seen them in Datsuns, Toyotas, Mazdas, cars and trucks and more. The ultimate way to go is to use their turbo V6 like from the '85-'87 Turbo Grand National and GNX. Simple upgrade parts on these can get you 100's of extra horsepower. Well anyways let us know how you like your new engine. Later. :thumbup:farmer_joe620 said:well no need to talk about the toyota motor anymore. i got the motor in the truck and i dont need coilovers. thanks for the help too.