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What is the wheel base on a 1956 Carryall (suburban)?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    That is a real trivia question...unless someone has a really old manual you won't find an answer...but, if you have one, measure center of front wheel to center of rear wheel...that is your wheelbase.

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The 3100 series 1956 suburban is a half ton truck with a 114" wheelbase.

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