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You will have to research on the GM engine web page
4 bolt mains were only on certain engine capacities reserved for heavy truck applications
I found them mainly on the engines used in bedford trucks to 5 ton capacity
try google and type in -- 4 bolt mains in GM v8 engines --as a search starter and work from there
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Call a chevey dealer give them your VIN # its the one on the dask board . Almost everything about the vehicle is incoded into this # and they will be able to look it up and tell you most anything you need to know about your vehicle engine transmission carriers transfer cases ECT.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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