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LMC Truck sells parts & accessories for Chevy, GMC, Ford, and Dodge pickups, SUVs, and Vans.

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  1. author

    Hirthirt hirtHari Yang lalu

    I am not sure if I have heard the letters LMC often enough

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    Hirthirt hirtHari Yang lalu

    everybody says the LMC-stuff is expensive but at the same time it looks super low quality. Wrinkles everywhere and you have to do half of the fabrications to make it useable although its not universal-stuff. So why do I have to drill and cut so much???

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    Hirthirt hirtHari Yang lalu

    Ups...they carpet-inserts are WAY too large to fit the cutouts of the kickpanels - well, lets move of fast to the next part..... XD

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    Thomas Smith2 hari yang lalu

    Keep up the good work. I like to say the replacement panels on my truck look very sharp. sure I went to other sources online for some other parts but mainly with the parts I got through here is the best quality on God's green earth. also I like the way you guys take care of wrapping up the parts no damage or whatever. It always seems like every part is over packed

  5. author

    Jeffrey Hall4 hari yang lalu

    SO UGLY LOOKS LIKE CRAP . I USED QUATER SAWN RED OAK .

  6. author

    swatson00615 hari yang lalu

    That is 100% NOT the way heat shrink is intended to be used.

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    swatson00615 hari yang lalu

    Wiring isnt really your strong point I see.

  8. author

    Bill Harris7 hari yang lalu

    Please get these for the gmc obs trucks

  9. author

    Ramon Aguilar7 hari yang lalu

    Chulada nice truck

  10. author

    journeyquest18 hari yang lalu

    But how do you remove paint from the plastic panel/ Someone painted my panels and they are peeling.

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    Jeorge M.ramez8 hari yang lalu

    I' net a carpet from my C10 1965

  12. author

    Jeorge M.ramez8 hari yang lalu

    Good Job hermano..! Exelnte

  13. author

    journeyquest18 hari yang lalu

    That overflow reservoir you sold me for my 75 is cheap garbage

  14. author

    DJ Brandon9 hari yang lalu

    I have a 64 C10 any audio parts available? Kick panels and such?

  15. author

    Marco L11 hari yang lalu

    Did you connect the relay wires to the negative or positive terminal ?

  16. author

    C Vaz12 hari yang lalu

    i see no catalogs for ist gen dakota i own a 1995 3.9 slt extra cab

  17. author

    Jason Cardoza12 hari yang lalu

    *when/if there’s a crew cab and suburban kit..... I’d hate to see the price on it

  18. author

    Bryan Keith19 hari yang lalu

    Dang.....how in the world did the assembly plants manage to keep the assembly lines moving with this trim install being such a hassle ?

  19. author

    Willis What Chu Talkin Bout21 hari yang lalu

    I’ve installed 5 of these. Very nice quality. I’m thankful you guys offer these.

  20. author

    TyrantrumGaming23 hari yang lalu

    Will this work on a 81 C10 Short Bed

  21. author

    Andrew The Mechanic25 hari yang lalu

    Yep, tore mine, made way to tight from factory, fucking pissed!

  22. author

    Blade Runner26 hari yang lalu

    don't know whether to go with the oem dash or aftermarket replacement (not a dash cover). the oem, as noted, has about 14 screws that attach to the defrosting ducts, and a couple of other things, with screws that are UNDER the dashboard and, with the heads facing FORWARD. only way to get those screws in is to remove the dash completely, like this video shows, or remove the defrost ducting completely and then assemble the new dash and the ducting, THEN install them as one unit. (i'm not even sure that that is possible) anyway, the other alternative is to buy a non-oem (aftermarket) replacement dash that does away with even trying to secure the dash to the defrosting ducts (and a few other things), leaving only the 8 or so longish screws at the front the screw into the firewall. they come in shiny black and i imagine are not textured. or i may buy the oem dash and bezel without the inaccessable screws. there are 8 or so at the front an plenty under the bezel and around the air bag. it will be the rattling that i'll be worried about...

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    Todd bob27 hari yang lalu

    THIS GUY SEEMS UNCOMFORTABLE IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA.

  24. author

    Doug Jenks29 hari yang lalu

    What a pile if this is the teaching they give , guy is a sell out for lmc corporate

  25. author

    Jeremy RiosBulan Yang lalu

    Anyone got any tips if you want to paint it beige

  26. author

    Yebo ScreboBulan Yang lalu

    I’ve bought a lot of great parts from lmc. Except clips and rubber parts were all super cheap, Chinese crap that fell apart.

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    Anthony RamseyBulan Yang lalu

    So isn't there little bits of tape in the grooves? does it cause any issues down the road?

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    will hullBulan Yang lalu

    Is it possible to put in round headlights of an earlier chevy with out cutting or anything. Change the bezels. Just pop em in. Are they the same size. Or would i have to change out the whole clip

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    Zombie KillaBulan Yang lalu

    is there a specific way to replace the Door Striker u showed us? i went go replace mine and all it does is Free spin

  30. author

    James GiguereBulan Yang lalu

    Here is a question: Does the height of the fuel line you run, in relation to the tank and fuel pump, mater? To save hassle I'd like to run my new lines over the inner fender to the mechanical fuel pump in my 73 Torino. This rout will bring them over the height of the fuel pump. and back down to it. Does that even matter? Please help.

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    1low SilveradoBulan Yang lalu

    How many pins did the switch have?

  32. author

    Larry WoodruffBulan Yang lalu

    Old cars and trucks deserve to live, they are a part of our American heratige, thanks to you and your family for rescuing these great old pieces of all American iron.

  33. author

    Adrian TomlinBulan Yang lalu

    Makes ya really wonder how they did it so fast at the factory?!

  34. author

    Dustin TinsleyBulan Yang lalu

    So where do I get the plastic dash frame replacement I don't see it in the catalog?

  35. author

    Stephen MuellerBulan Yang lalu

    Do yall have the signature series for an 1986 4 door?

  36. author

    Adrian TomlinBulan Yang lalu

    Why do you need a rubber gasket and worry about scratches when it's hidden??!!

  37. author

    Adrian TomlinBulan Yang lalu

    I have chromed rub strips in my bed. I think they look better then polished strips!!!

  38. author

    Mike JohnsonBulan Yang lalu

    I bet all the dislikes on this video are auto glass guys like me.. so many wrong tips . Notice dante started the rope at the bottom. We call these 5 minute jobs.

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    Dale JohnsonBulan Yang lalu

    No one does any work on the Suburbans. Why? I am planning to exchange my Halogen lights with LEDs. I also am planning a compete rewire of my 78 Suburban and have no idea where the wire loom goes along or in the body to the rear of the vehicle. NO one gives any information on this little issue.

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    AnthonysKornerBulan Yang lalu

    Seeing Kevin is always refreshing. Just too bad things weren't as easy as the craftsman makes them look.

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    J j601Bulan Yang lalu

    What is the price for all that like 3000🤔🤩

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    Rain SpiderBulan Yang lalu

    "a few hours" You wouldn't go on the internet and tell lies would you? J/K, but seriously guys I hope you have a second vehicle when you attempt this, everything you didn't think you needed to replace will crumble. I have 2 rams and on my second one I'm going with a dash cap or some colored duct tape. Great video by the way!

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    Mitch StoutBulan Yang lalu

    SUPER nice job.

  44. author

    Forbes HansenBulan Yang lalu

    "Like puttin socks on a rooster." Hahah awesome

  45. author

    BonnieBulan Yang lalu

    Is the the radiator support bushing position number one? FORD 2002 E350 XLT van

  46. author

    Edwuin RomeroBulan Yang lalu

    Restoring my dads 81 and it definitely needs everything in the catalog

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    Zombie KillaBulan Yang lalu

    Do you guys do repairs like this over there? Like, if i were to bring my truck to ur location, could u guys re-do my interior. my floor pan and carpet?

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    Zombie KillaBulan Yang lalu

    was doing my interior and realised how screwed i am. i got a hole in my passenger side and rust in the driver side. i need my floor pan redone. im screwed its sitting for abit :/

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    Oscar CardenasBulan Yang lalu

    Soon for my k5

  50. author

    Todd bobBulan Yang lalu

    WRINKLES-SLOW DOWN DUDE

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    Didier MukendiBulan Yang lalu

    Made in China trash If you can save your OEM OEM parts are 100% better than after market Don’t be a sucker

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    Working mans restorationsBulan Yang lalu

    Good stuff. I need to work on my 84 k5 tail lights... I want to replace the entire rear section

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    TFo2 bulan yang lalu

    That wiring mess left under the carpet should have been cleaned up. Excess wiring means more resistance in the wire and more surface area rubbing on the carpet that can lead to a short. It's best to follow the factory wires when possible or run them under the trim panels when possible. And where is the fuse on the positive power leads? The USB port, which also houses a 3.5mm input, should have been placed more centrally in the cab. Imagine plugging in something near your feet, especially something utilizing the 3.5 input. Now you have wire dangling around your feet when you drive.

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    smithshaven2 bulan yang lalu

    Interesting, I see LMCTruck's IDreporter Channel has gone the way of Classic Truck Magazine. If you look really hard, page-by-page, you might find some FORD truck tidbit somewhere. I guess I better sell my old truck, I apparently joined the wrong club. Cracks me up. Maybe LMC could throw the poor unfortunate FORD truck owners an extra bone once-in-awhile. Or maybe start an LMC FordTruck channel to put both of your FORD videos on. Back to my Dennis Carpenter catalog. Don't mind me.

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    Working mans restorations2 bulan yang lalu

    I do alot of stuff myself... But some things are best part to pros

  56. author

    Working mans restorations2 bulan yang lalu

    Looks good

  57. author

    izfitz_2 bulan yang lalu

    @ 1:28 you can see the camera guy. I'm glad he got his few seconds of glory XD

  58. author

    ladiges92 bulan yang lalu

    why would you need to drain the rad??? cant it just be moved slightly to get the core out?

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    Working mans restorations2 bulan yang lalu

    That interior is Awsome looking. I love the dash... Next year i will be working on my interior in my 84 k5 blazer. 454 8" lift

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    Justin Holmes2 bulan yang lalu

    Is there a gas tank model that doesn't require me cutting and hole in my bed and make it completely useless?

  61. author

    Jeff M 2522 bulan yang lalu

    Can you guy's please find a way to get the OEM/Reproduction 3rd brake light for the 88/98 C/K series back. Many people who have bought the cheap stuff from ebay/amazon have had multiple problems with them including myself. I'm not sure of what the procedure is to get them going but it'd be great to have that light freshened up.

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    Working mans restorations2 bulan yang lalu

    Looks good. I just bought a 79 c10 and will eventually be rebuilt, but i also have a 73 k5. And an 84 k5 with 454 and 8" lift I am working on

  63. author

    Working mans restorations2 bulan yang lalu

    I have a 79 c10, 84 k5 and a 73 k5... I have ordered alot of parts over the years and not disappointed yet.

  64. author

    levi woodring2 bulan yang lalu

    Any one notice the screws holding the taillight trim peace on.

  65. author

    Very Good2 bulan yang lalu

    Great stuff!

  66. author

    Frank Cruz2 bulan yang lalu

    Complete installation 18 mins. Wow

  67. author

    TFo2 bulan yang lalu

    0:27 Anyone else notice the top red/white border doesn't line up between the cab and bed? That same border on the door doesn't look to have the same contour either.

  68. author

    Stu2 bulan yang lalu

    It took you less 15 minutes... why do I think this is going to take me a couple of long, frustrating days?

  69. author

    STFU ASAP2 bulan yang lalu

    Ty

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    Garrick Marchena2 bulan yang lalu

    This is so awesome! I wish they had a video like this for installing trim and headliner for 88-98 Chevy C1500 Silverado

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    Ray LeBlanc2 bulan yang lalu

    Website sucks!

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    Kyle Gonterwitz2 bulan yang lalu

    I tried using pick and pull seat belts from a Tahoe. What I learned about modern seat belts is they only work from one position/orientation due to being designed with an inertial locking retraction mechanism. It would be difficult to find 3 point retractable seat belts from <my> salvage yard that would work right in a 67-72 Chevy, and I would have been better off to start with an aftermarket option like this in retrospect. I'm sharing this because I wish I would have known.

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    Jonathan Kennedy2 bulan yang lalu

    Do upgraded interior for 1988-98 chevy truck but not so high

  74. author

    Official Metroplexman2 bulan yang lalu

    that was easy lmao

  75. author

    Allen H2 bulan yang lalu

    Correct me if I have unrealistic expectations, but that didn't look like a good fit...it looked loose and wrinkled... is that normal? will the cover shrink to fit?

  76. author

    Youth Sport Division2 bulan yang lalu

    thanks for the video , would that tank work for a 55 second series truck (55-57) Thanks in advance

  77. author

    Neshco N.2 bulan yang lalu

    Interesting you didn't say any prices for those parts.... Looking Nice...!! You should do some vids on gmc jimmy.

  78. author

    mike larson2 bulan yang lalu

    Its to bad you can't get a floor mat that fits with out trimming.

  79. author

    Ethan Schroeder2 bulan yang lalu

    I have an 87 c10 project truck so these are nice

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    Abraham De La Rosa2 bulan yang lalu

    Busco el tablero de de una f150 Ford 1995 alguien q me dé razón?

  81. author

    Ted Niehas Jr2 bulan yang lalu

    Those would be cool for my two jimmys.

  82. author

    Grandpa Jack2 bulan yang lalu

    How about a 1985 Ford f150. A y major differences in installation?

  83. author

    Thomas DeBord2 bulan yang lalu

    I just wanna know how you did it without any swear words.

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    meengreen522 bulan yang lalu

    4:52 the upper a/c control mount broke off i see 🤣🤦🏽‍♂️ lmc should come up with something to fix that a/c controller stereo and headlight switch mounts

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    Juice Willis2 bulan yang lalu

    How about that fart at 3:14

  86. author

    Robert Spinello2 bulan yang lalu

    Not a fair match. the Vega coupe handles better than the wagon, and a GT version with stiffer suspension would have been even better in handling

  87. author

    Dani The man2 bulan yang lalu

    Do you guys have a video of swapping manual transmissions in these trucks?

  88. author

    tenexotic2 bulan yang lalu

    For a proffessional instruction vid this is really surprisingly un

  89. author

    ZE_GERMAN2 bulan yang lalu

    This seem like some very tedious work. I could not imagine what factory worked had to do to assemble these back in the day.

  90. author

    ZE_GERMAN2 bulan yang lalu

    You sell a Two Piece and a One piece Vent window seal, How do you know which one to buy?

  91. author

    John Gutierrez2 bulan yang lalu

    Where does the check engine light go?

  92. author

    Ken Bridges2 bulan yang lalu

    Just purchased mine for my 64 GMC glad I watch this

  93. author

    sonic40052 bulan yang lalu

    I am replacing manual doors with complete power doors. The harness is spliced after the "conduit" by the hinge. Can I use this instead of splicing into my trucks harness??

  94. author

    Leo Valdez2 bulan yang lalu

    Does a bench seat from 84 c10 fit 75c10?

  95. author

    Gale Hess2 bulan yang lalu

    For a do it yourself guy, it does take the weekend as Keven says. See below for a review and more tips and how long it took me. I didn't rush, and didn't write down fastener positions, remembered the fasteners no problem. obsforddecals@gmail sells 3 stickers for rad support, $27 shipped, very good quality i will be getting these errors : the rad shroud does NOT have 4 bolts, just 2 and then slots into tabs below; the rad itself has MORE than 4 bolts securing it, it also installs onto the 2 studs that project into the center area from the sides of the rad support. The bolt head sizes and locations saved time hunting for them. I should have done a better job labeling them as they came off, maybe writing "1" on the radiator and "1" on a small can with certain fasteners, etc. Did not need a hand to lift any of the parts, rad support is a little akward, but not bad at all. Do put cardboard around a transmission cooler if you added one from a 6.0 (larger). Did not need cardboard on radiator or A/C condensor, which only moved a little bit out of the way on my 1997 250, not as much as in the video. They just dropped the LMC price from $400 to ~$200 for the rad support, quality looks suspect, but would do ok for maybe 5-10 years or maybe more, in a rust state. I actually went from PA to OR on vacation and got a clean used support (took a lot of hunting on Facebook Marketplace), powder coated it for $100, and will seal the weld cracks with 10 year roofing silicone "Through the Roof." A used support from online salvage yard database will be rusty, even out of texas, and run $600 till it is shipped, and will still be rusty. The good ones get creamed and sold locally. There are none in rust state junkyards, they rust... LMC is the only place to get the hardware kit, although I don't know why you would need the special washer with the cross cut out shape, not sure what, if anything, that does, and the weird slot washer may have a purpose. Bushings are good, except threaded upside down and the one nut seized just before it would have drawn down... Place upper bushing in before setting rad support in place. The threads in the LMC mount rubber bushing were upside down, so had to put bolt in from top and nut on bottom, and then.... darn nut seized up about 5 threads from drawing up and now what??? Won't budge with 150# torque on it... Passenger side mount and hardware went on well though. Brackets from LMC seem maybe cheap metal, I coated them with some anti rust paint after sanding very lightly. I replaced power steering lines while in there, and took a cup wheel to the rails and battery trays and oil pan and sandpaper and then spray with industrial hard hat label rustoleum paint. Could change radiator, mine looks real good and was cleaned 3 years ago. Maybe take out light bulbs while the harnesses are laying around, I smashed one when a small impact jostled loose and fell onto the battery tray where the bulb lay. Took me 13 hours to disassemble (including a few minutes to remove trans cooler from 6.0) and power steering lines (line wrenches were very helpful), and including cutting off brackets that attach to frame rail with studs (no threads), cut them with cut off wheel (avoid cutting frame) and then use pneumatic hammer drill to punch out studs. 12 hours to get rust remediation and re-assembled. Will need 2 hours to put on bumper and radiator reinforcement (black plastic "grill" type thing) and grill and lights, and further top off ATF, steering gear ATF, and coolant. So 25 hours for me, with plenty of rust work and a well-equipped shop. The 93 degrees and high humidity and no breeze probably added an hour or 2, it was brutal. 20 hours with no rust removal. Brackets take 1.5 to remove/install and run bolts.

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    Mark Daniele2 bulan yang lalu

    Just bought a 1979 C-10 Silverado so great video thanks.

  97. author

    elalquimista833 bulan yang lalu

    I like that interior 👌

  98. author

    Ron Steltz3 bulan yang lalu

    Met you in KC last weekend. WEB E OLD

  99. author

    Ginger Wegner3 bulan yang lalu

    Where do we get backing plate??

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    jesus saldana3 bulan yang lalu

    Are these available for 88-98 chevy c1500