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post #1 of 14 Old 10-02-2011, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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99 blazer, slow goin.

Well I figured I'd put some pics of my shit up, because i use this site to learn and get ideas, so I should put my 2cents in, for whoever's interested.

I recently built a bridge and 3 link.
Bench out of a 89 s-series
2 15'' rockford subs 2 10'' rockford subs
2 big pioneer amplifiers
sheet metal bridge cover
1/2'' hydrolic line
1/2'' valves

plans for this winter

raise the rear floor
paint
tubular control arms

LOOKING FOR A FRONT BUMPER HAND MADE, CASH OR TRADE.













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post #2 of 14 Old 10-02-2011, 05:41 PM
ya it's mostly stock
 
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what is the bench seat out of?

1998 blazer fully optioned-tinted markers/tails-custom skidplate to replace plastic P.O.S. from factory-removed trim-20% tint on front windows to match factory-pioneer deck-soon to have 1st gen steelies black with beauty rings and 4x caps-still not modded anywhere close to enough
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Re: 99 blazer, slow goin.

for that front bumper...u got ne ideas? i got a buddy who will build whatever u need. check out sbd fabrication on facebook or sbdfabrication on the forum hell get u what u need

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what is the bench seat out of?
Looks like a 1st gen S10 bench
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Bench out of a 89 s-series

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Re: 99 blazer, slow goin.

i havent been doing much on the blazer for a number of reasons, a buddys ranger is one. but im back at it everyday now. not much to show, sending my diff out to get rebuilt, ill have it all together minus floor by sunday.


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the rannger top half is candy red same with the lip of the rims. looks wicked in person.

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nice blazer man! gotta finished pic of the ranger?


SOLD!looking for a 2dr s10 blazer with low miles in GA
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Re: 99 blazer, slow goin.

its not done yet, he just finished painting it a few days ago. it has the newer front clip on it. and for some reason 3/4 hydrolic line lol. ill put up at pic up soon.

just got back from the a local shop with my diff and its a 500 repair. so im looking for one at a wrecker or cl.

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summer slam last year


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how hard was it to make that bench fit in the front, im wanting to do the same thing
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no the bench brackets are a bit wider then the buckets, it sits flat on the floor tho so i just drilled new holes and used grade 8 hardware. the seat belt latches are attached to the buckets so you have to remove them and bolt them to the floor where the inside of the buckets were normally bolted.

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hit me up... i can build u a bumper
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Sweet dude look good!
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