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My 1993 S10

What's up everyone. I haven't done a whole lot to this 93 since I bought it, but I can't post in the classifieds yet since I don't have enough posts, so here's a post for the hell of it.

I bought this 1993 S10 on July 26 2016. It's a 2.8L 5-speed with 180K on the dash. Runs great, hot heat, cold AC, everything works at it should. It's got a cowl hood and the whole truck has been resprayed the original Forest Green Metallic. It has been lowered 3" via blocks and coils, has some goofy 15"/14" staggered Corvette rallies on it, some Corvette badges on the fenders, bench seat recently reupholstered in dark gray. Other than that, it's pretty much stock.
I've got big plans for it, just gotta slowly start knocking some of the "Old Man" off of it (no offense to any old men here)

Here she was the day I brought her home sitting next my 2001 ZR2

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The outside of the truck isn't perfect, but it's definitely presentable, so I decided to first tackle the interior. It took a LOT of searching, patience, and more money than I would have liked, but the interior restoration/color change is nearly complete. I just to order my carpet kit. I got an uncracked dash that came from Ohio, the best door panels I could find came from New York, and lucked up at the junkyard on all the rest of the interior parts as well as a solid back glass window. A little bit later, I picked up some 2000 Camaro seats that are a real nice fit. The color of the seats is almost spot on and the stitching matches the door panels pretty well too. Other than still needing fresh carpet, I'd say the interior matches the exterior. Not fresh-off-the-showroom-floor perfect but definitely presentable and a pretty good example compared to most 1st gens these days.
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I have carpet samples, i just have to make up my mind so I can order a new carpet kit. So instead of doing that to complete the interior, I decided to buy this blazer bumper that was at the local junkyard. I got it on, and it looks pretty good from a few feet away, but once you get up close, you can tell the chrome is shot. The whole thing's spiderwebbed and beyond polishing. So that led to the purchase of a new chrome blazer bumper, new chrome front bumper, new tail lights with chrome surround, and new mirrors. The mirrors and tail lights are on. I still need to get the new bumpers on, but here are the last current pictures I have on my phone. I'll get some more once the new bumpers are on, and I'll keep this thread updated as I move forward.
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Looks good. Nice mods. Looks like glove box came off a GMC. I have a S10 glove box on mine at the moment.
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Pretty fresh looking rig...
The pix make it look amazingly clean. The interior looks super too.


Some cheap mods suggestions:
1. 1998 to 05 Blazer G80 (posi) disc brake rear
2. Blazer front sway bar with poly bushings (1 1/8")
3. Blazer rear bar, usually comes with the disc rear.
4. Blazer factory Bilstein shocks
5. 1998 to 05 Blazer dual piston front brake assemblies (pop the spindle off, tie rod and brake line).
6. Drilled/slotted/plated rotors and ceramic pads front and rear


All of these mods (except the rotors and pads) are a direct fit from a Blazer. They bolt right in.
I have three S10s I have made these mods to, and when I say there is a HUGE difference, huge is not enough of a description.
Since your truck looks great, make it handle/stop great too!


Pic of one of mine set up like this^^^



Disc brake rear...



Disc rear, Bilsteins, rear sway bar and heavier duty shock mount/spring plates installed.



Drilled/slotted/plated rotors (No rust) and ceramic pads:



I have lots more pix, but don't want to jack your thread.

S10 addiction:
1)'82 S10, 383, 700R4, Shorty
2) '85 S10, 3.4, 700R4 4x4 stretch cab (Redneck) 3) '90 S10 2.5, 5 speed shorty
4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
6) '83 S10, 327, TH 350, shorty (13.00 best) Sold
7) '92 S10, 2.5 5 speed, Shorty
8) 1979 LUV, Buick 3.8 V6, TH 350 Shorty.
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Oh, and since you already have the Euro style H4 headlamps, try some of these.
They are amazing and are a 15 minute install.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/120W-12000lm...9XVXRB&vxp=mtr

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1)'82 S10, 383, 700R4, Shorty
2) '85 S10, 3.4, 700R4 4x4 stretch cab (Redneck) 3) '90 S10 2.5, 5 speed shorty
4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
6) '83 S10, 327, TH 350, shorty (13.00 best) Sold
7) '92 S10, 2.5 5 speed, Shorty
8) 1979 LUV, Buick 3.8 V6, TH 350 Shorty.
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Good eye timster!! Yeah it's out of a sonoma. I did manage to remove my original S10 Tahoe emblem from the old glovebox door without messing it up, I just haven't taken the time yet to swap it out.
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And Mad Max, those are all on the to-do list, as well as re-lowering the truck (using 1" coils/2" spindles and 3" drop leaves) and new wheels and tires. I'm using this truck as my daily, so I'm just tinkering right now, but the goal is to have everything that is currently on the checklist knocked out by this time next year so it will be much closer to LS/T56 ready. I saw in a for sale thread that you said you have multiple 8.5s with rear discs. Do you know what gears are in them and what kind of shape they're in? What you would ask for one and what are the chances you're ever in metro-Atlanta? lol
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And Mad Max, those are all on the to-do list, as well as re-lowering the truck (using 1" coils/2" spindles and 3" drop leaves) and new wheels and tires. I'm using this truck as my daily, so I'm just tinkering right now, but the goal is to have everything that is currently on the checklist knocked out by this time next year so it will be much closer to LS/T56 ready. I saw in a for sale thread that you said you have multiple 8.5s with rear discs. Do you know what gears are in them and what kind of shape they're in? What you would ask for one and what are the chances you're ever in metro-Atlanta? lol
Unfortunately, I only have one 8.5 disc and it's from a ZR2 which is way too wide for your application.
I have several of the smaller versions (7.xx) in disc and drum.


Your best bet for a LS/T56 is a Ford Exploder 8.8 and narrow the long side. It's probably the least expensive way to go.

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1)'82 S10, 383, 700R4, Shorty
2) '85 S10, 3.4, 700R4 4x4 stretch cab (Redneck) 3) '90 S10 2.5, 5 speed shorty
4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
6) '83 S10, 327, TH 350, shorty (13.00 best) Sold
7) '92 S10, 2.5 5 speed, Shorty
8) 1979 LUV, Buick 3.8 V6, TH 350 Shorty.
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Sweet truck for sure. I think the fender emblems would look better on the the fronts of the fenders.

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Unfortunately, I only have one 8.5 disc and it's from a ZR2 which is way too wide for your application.
I'm very familiar with the ZR2 rear end. I'm still running it in my solid axle swapped ZR2 on 35s. I replaced the g80 with a detroit and regeared to 4.56 and it's been problem free. Still with the stock 4.3 though.

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Sweet truck for sure. I think the fender emblems would look better on the the fronts of the fenders.
I personally didn't care for the Corvette emblems so I took them off. I was a little worried that the previous owner might have drilled holes in the fender to mount them, but to my relief, they were just held on with some double sided tape.
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The interior is nearly finished! After a long time looking, I finally scored the female ends of the seat belts for bucket seats. I put in Dynamat Xtreme over the entire floor, and I just finished installing the carpet. The carpet kit wasn't as nice of a fit as I had hoped, but I'm guessing with enough time and enough floor heat, it will eventually lay down in the few places where it's slightly bubbled. Regardless, I'm very pleased with the outcome of this whole interior project. The picture doesn't really do it justice since the lighting in my garage sucks. I'll try to get some better shots in the daylight this weekend.

I also got a new chrome front bumper on the front, and what a difference! It changed the whole look of the truck! I'm still trying to track down an OEM grille in good shape (chrome with the black rectangular mesh) so if anyone has one they're willing to part with, please let me know. Until then, I'm happy with how the truck is coming together aesthetically. One step at a time
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Is this what you're looking for?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Grille-A...VYQPHv&vxp=mtr


You would have to paint the mesh black though...

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1)'82 S10, 383, 700R4, Shorty
2) '85 S10, 3.4, 700R4 4x4 stretch cab (Redneck) 3) '90 S10 2.5, 5 speed shorty
4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
6) '83 S10, 327, TH 350, shorty (13.00 best) Sold
7) '92 S10, 2.5 5 speed, Shorty
8) 1979 LUV, Buick 3.8 V6, TH 350 Shorty.
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Nah. He wants an OEM grille because the aftermarket grilles are junky.

Also, I usually wait for a warm sunny day to do carpet installs so I can let the carpet lay out in the sun for a few hours and relax. It helps a ton.
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Got lucky at the junkyard this weekend and found an Xtreme. I wasn't lucky enough to get the quick ratio box as it was already gone, but I did score front and rear sway bars, rear sway bar brackets, and the frame brace. I was in the area today and stopped by Summit to get some Prothane bushings, but they only had the rears in stock. I bought those and ordered the fronts. I'll be out of town this wkend for work, but hopefully I'll these on by next wkend. Looking forward to the results
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Well it took longer than expected but I finally got around to pulling the bed this past weekend. I got all the holes drilled for the frame brace and rear sway bar brackets, and got them mocked up. I then decided while the bed's off to ditch the blocks in favor of drop springs and drop shocks. My spring packs showed up today. Still waiting on my Belltech SP shocks. Going to take the time to clean up and paint the frame while everything's apart too. I kept referring to this little project as "knocking off some the 1993," however I didn't know I meant it so literally until I looked at my spare tire. Manufactured in the 2nd week of 93. Super dryrotten but still holding air surprisingly. Not planning on ever using it, just thought it was pretty cool! Here's some pics of the progress thus far. It's gonna sit like this all next week because the wife and I are going on a cruise, but hoping to hit it hard when we get back
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How much was the dash and where from?
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I just bought a 93 myself same color and all
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How much was the dash and where from?
More than I wanted to spend. I think I paid $300 from a member on here from Ohio. I knew what I was up against since finding an uncracked 25yr old dash in the south is probably on par with finding rust-free body panels up north. It's not showroom perfect, but it'll do for a while. I've always got my eyes peeled for dashes and door panels

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Nice! In a perfect world (which we don't live in) my truck would be blue, but I gotta admit, I do love the forest green too. It's a really nice color and you don't see it everyday. I don't know how "rare" my color combination was from the factory, but it was forest green outside, and light gray inside. It looked alright, and probably looked great when new, but the interior was a little tired, and as a welder, I'm pretty dirty most days and lighter colored interiors and I just don't get along
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I do like the green. Mine is burgundy ( not sure the actual color name). And I'm debating keeping it. All of my old man's cars were burgundy. That's why I'm partial. And I'm loving those blazer front and rear. Do they mount the same or did you fabricate something?
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I'm not happy that it took a month to finish it, but I'm very happy with how it turned out, and with a 9 day vacation, followed by 8 days on the road for work, I guess a month isn't as terrible as it seems. I haven't touched the front yet, but the truck already handles so much better. It had 3" blocks in the rear before, and I assume the springs were original. Well now the new drop springs are in and it sits much higher than it did. The rear now sits about 2" higher than the front, where before the rear actually sat about 1/2" lower than the front. I like that it put it back to a normal raked stance, but I'm thinking about a one inch block, to bring it down just a hair. Either way, I'm so pleased with how it rides now. Night and day difference! As far as the cleaning and painting, it's definitely no show car chassis, but it's a lot better than it was. I didn't waste any time or effort on the axle since I plan and swapping it out anyway.
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Looks good, really liking the look of that red sway bar. Was it a pain drilling those holes for the sway bar brackets? I still need to drill holes on mine and get it installed, trying to avoid taking the bed off though. I'm guessing a right angle drill should do the work?
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Yes it was a huge pain in the ass drilling those holes. I didn't use a right angle drill. It fought me the whole time, but I was able to get by without one. Having said that, I would very highly recommend using one. Personally I would not have attempted the installation without pulling the bed. It's a few extra steps, but with either an engine hoist or a couple friends, it opens up soooo much room to work. Plus I had to pull the bed anyways to get the frame brace in.
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Yes it was a huge pain in the ass drilling those holes. I didn't use a right angle drill. It fought me the whole time, but I was able to get by without one. Having said that, I would very highly recommend using one. Personally I would not have attempted the installation without pulling the bed. It's a few extra steps, but with either an engine hoist or a couple friends, it opens up soooo much room to work. Plus I had to pull the bed anyways to get the frame brace in.
Just picked up a right angle drill attachment today, going to attempt to do it without pulling the bed. Hopefully all goes well lol if not I'll probably end up pulling the bed like you said
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Truck looks great dude. Those seats look like they belong in there.

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Hey I was curious as to where I can find the inner and outer rear bumper mounts for that blazer bumper. I really want to do the swap but I'm having a hard time finding one in junk yard
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