Thanks, I figured as much but wanted to be sure. I appreciate it.It's got ZR2 in the glovebox. It's got the ZR2 flares. It's got stock 31's. It's a ZR2.
See how your rear spring mount juts way down lower then the frame?Pics sorry
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Firewall sticker supports it too. Guess I have a "stealth" ZR2...My newly acquired 99 LS has the "wide-track" option and the glove box sticker lists ZR2. Springs, Wheels, skid plates all support it. Was the "wide-track" a ZR2 in disguise?
Mines a stealth ZR2 as well. I didnt even know what I was buying! haha :haha:Firewall sticker supports it too. Guess I have a "stealth" ZR2...
My 98 ZR2 has 3 aluminum skid plates under the front 1/2 of the truck.I have a 2003 S-10 LS crew cab so I'm assuming not Zr2. Isn't there supposed to be skid-plates as well to be Zr2?
I have a 1994 ZM-6 but I didn't see a sub forum for them. The engine and transmission are rebuilt and I am (very slowly, I'm an old guy) repairing numerous dents. I can not find any ZM-6 decals so I guess it will be a plain black paint job.
was slightly hoping they might have been since both fenders use flares on them , even though the Xtremes are smaller , guess ill have more to part out on the ZR2 i bought for parts , though i hate doing it to a ZR2 blazer , they are fun , lolZR2 fenders are not the same as any other S10 fenders.