I was looking for a stock cam and found this article.LS Cam Test Comparison - Car Craft MagazineNice looking blazer! You can get a big boost in hp with a simple cam change if you want too. I went with a LS3 for my L33 with LS6 intake. As an old guy myself with limited facilities I went with the Holley accessary kit and the Hummer oil pan, makes things a lot quicker and simpler! Keep us posted with plenty of pics!
ThanksGood looking Blazer. Between Indigo Blue and the Green, those are my favorite.
I can't believe I missed that. I have seen it many times on your posts. I'll be pulling a cobalt tank soon I know Harley made a mount for that and the PCM. I'll have to try my skills on a fab. ThanksAs for you coolant recovery/expansion tank...A unit from a Cobalt is about as small as they get...
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That console is made up from three different pullapart trucks and I still need a part for the cup holder. 1998-2000 envoy the jimmy model the one that we all got the chrome door handles from. At one time you could find a few but that has dried up. I have an alarmBTW...I need to know when you won't be home...I think I need that center console...
What you are saying all makes sense after pulling the radiator and seeing how it was built. I have the bottom part that holds the radiator in place and the top brackets with bushings. I may pull a radiator support and work on it before I pull the 4.3. That way I'll have a lot of work done.I used the Grand Am radiator mounts. The uppers come with a larger metal bracket, but I trim the metal down to about the size of the rubber isolator. I did this on my Blazer too. Makes for a really nice compact isolator/mount.
I don't remember having to trim much if anything to fit the width of the radiator on @Rhotpursuit truck. I cut out the whole bottom in between the frame mounts, but tried to leave enough at the front of the core support to maintain some rigidity. The lower piece bolts in with the core support for a nice package. At the top I had to build a couple stands to reach down far enough to hold the radiator in place. It worked out better than how I did my Blazer when it was all said and done.
I did have to relocate the airbag sensors as they are attached to the bottom of the core support. I didn't take it into account at first, but they could be adapted into the new lower piece. I ended up building a couple mounts and welded them to the inside of the frame on each side, but getting a rivet gone inside the mounts to attach the sensors was a bit of a challenge too. Food for thought when making your own modifications for the radiator.