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Old 05-13-2010, 01:55 AM   #1
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Project 95 S10// parts from 98 Blazer Will they Fit

Ok I have a 95 S10 that I run every day ,I picked up a 98 4x4 blazer for parts.

(I have an engine job with a swap for a 99 blazer , putting in the 98 4.3 in )The 98 Blazer still has a wack of parts that I would like to put in my 95 S10 Ext. its a 4.3 / 4x4. I would like to know first if the trans is going to work from the blazer too the S10.
Everything is goeing from the 98 blazer its a 4 door 4x4 too the S10
2. I'd to switch rear ends for the disc brakes// I noticed that the rear end has a swaybar my S10 does not
3. from the front disc and control arm most of the front suspension is it worth the time to clean parts up & replace them are they more heavy dutie from the Blazer
4.I'd like to replace the dash from the Blazer too the S10 I have the wireing harness from the blazer any advice conecting the interior harnes
5. I'm also going to use the floor or parts of the floor because theres some rot so I can use the seat out of the Blazer im looking @ using the doors
6. I"d like to use the rockers / the door post/ because my door pin hangers are crap, are these parts the same or will I have to do some
mods to make them fit.
Any help would be greatly app ; and I"ll keep you posted as the job progresses

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Re: Project 95 S10// parts from 98 Blazer Will they Fit

you didnt mention if the s10 is 2wd or 4x4
if the s10 is 2wd then you cannot use the front disc brakes
if the s10 is 4x4 then you can swap over the spindles & brakes
youll go from single piston calipers to dual piston calipers & 1/2inch larger rotors
yes youll still clear your stock rims & the abs wires are plug & play
+ youll have better stopping power
the 4x4 rear end is 2inches longer in width than the 2wd version
the abs wires & parking brake cables are plug & play
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Re: Project 95 S10// parts from 98 Blazer Will they Fit

Thank"s 95 S10 Ext. 4x4 (4.3) I would like to change the dash & doors from the 98 blazer to the 95 S10, (Also do you think the front Control Arms will fit My S10 95 is a z vin//The 98 blazer is a vin w)
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