I need help with information on a 1989 GMC 3500 my dad bought.

So a few years ago my dad bought a 1989 GMC Sierra 3500 which is usually nothing out of the ordinary but it has decals on the exterior and a plaque on the interior that says it was “hand built” by a company called Starcraft, my dad says they used to make RV’s and boats. I know Starcraft did interior conversions on few suburban’s back in the day that were pretty cool but I can’t find any information on a GMC Sierra that got a Starcraft makeover. If anyone knows any information on it or even the value of it by any chance I would appreciate it.

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2010 f150 fx2 drive shaft carrier bearing replacement

According to everything I've found, the carrier bearing is not replaceable on these drive shafts and i would have to buy a whole new shaft. Really not looking to drop 700 dollars right now. Youtube has shown me plenty of success with people cutting and pressing bearings onto other drives shafts and I'm no stranger to pressing bearings myself. That being said, does anyone know the specifications on that carrier bearing? The shaft it's pressed onto? Or if there is a part number for a replacement? I figure a little heat on the bearing, ice on the shaft, i should be able to press it on no problem once i cut the old one off. Any advice would be appreciated

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