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I have the specifications manual for my 1975 truck, and it should be the same for a 1977 truck. However, its 149 pages and too large to attach to my message. I was able to attach two pages with size and weight specs.

You could also search the internet for a 1977 version of the same manual.


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"i have so much trouble with german registration because i have a C10
but title and VIN says C20 :-)))
can anybody help?"

Sometimes, we can forget to keep things simple!
What matters is that your paperwork matches your VIN.
After that, what will the German administration check on your engine? Will they for instance check the actual displacement of the engine? If not, you are good, you own a C20!
When I registered my '57 Chevy Suburban in France, I needed to give the administration the weights and tow capacity, which I could not find anywhere, so I made up numbers, adapted to the weight of my camping trailer!...
For registration issues, you should really get in touch with local American car/hot rod clubs, some people have probably gone through the same issues, know who to talk to...
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