As you know most people always need some kind of new Xtreme GFX part for their truck whether they dragged thereâ€™s off or just want to put the Xtreme kit on their regular S10. A list of part numbers has been complied throughout the years and is being made available to you!
How to: Remove orange peel and paint runs
Equipment needed: (What I used)
CHART IS FOR S10S/SONOMAS BLAZERS 2WD ONLY HERE
This is an explanation of how to tilt your bed with air including pictures.
I recently had a few requests asking how I did this mod. Itâ€™s pretty simple if you have some decent type of fabrication skills and patience for measuring. Materials include: 2500 bag or equivalent, air management (valves, line, fittings, etc), steel for fab, and hardware. You can change what Iâ€™ve done here to fit your needs, but this seems to work fine for what Iâ€™m trying to do. If you have any specific questions, donâ€™t hesitate to pm/email me. Iâ€™m sure Iâ€™ll forget a few things.
well first you will need to buy parts:
radiator core support
*only available through a dealer, or junkyard.
Well, since no one has done a how-to on this subject, I figured I would since we always see this question...The following pictures were taken while we we're working on Grappler's 95 2 door Blazer (www.vettel.org/andy). We completed both his doors and my front passenger side door. (www.pghconsulting.net/teal). All told we averaged 15-20 minutes per door for this repair. The bushings on all 3 doors were cracked and at the beggining of being egged.
this is a step by step how to on converting your 98+ s-series truck to a 94-97 front end. i like it because its something you dont see too often, and will confuse people at a show. also, a good reason to do this is to rock the phantom grille that only fits these model years. but you could use any front end from that era if you wanted to.
This how-to is a combination of two how-to's by s10cyncrvr and lowriderbowtie.
Iâ€™ve been polishing wheels for a while now and have learned a lot by trying various methods. Iâ€™ve had several people ask me to write a how-to on keeping aluminum wheels looking good. Here is my procedure for polishing aftermarket aluminum wheels. These are wheels with no-clear coat. YOUR FACTORY ZQ8 WHEELS HAVE A CLEARCOAT. DO NOT USE ALUMINUM POLISH ON THESE WHEELS.
This to-do was basically done to show where the Zerk fittings are. It's a really easy project. It took me probably 30-45 minutes total, only because I had to find all of the fittings myself. Next time, I can't see it taking more than 5-10 minutes. This would be the easiest to do during an oil change. It's supposed to be done every 3000 miles anyways, and you're already under there to change the oil.