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I wrecked my truck sat. and now i need a new front end. what do you guys suggest. 98 front end, 97 blazer (composite), or an envoy? what will be easiest to install. I have a 96 with sealed beam lights.
 
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97 Composite Blazer Lights will be the easiest and cheapest.
Those are what I am going to do.
if you go 98+ then you look like you have a stock front end.
The Envoy lights are sweet but will be like 1 grand if not more.

With the Blazer Lights you need a new grille, lights, wiring harness, and brackets.

i think that is all.
 

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i can get all the parts whole sale so price is not an issue. would it be hard to do the wiring harness for the new lights?
 

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phat96 said:
Also the Blazer Lights look HELLA SWEET and nobody has them!
nobody has em? alot of people do
 

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i haven't seen them on s-10's here either.
 

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I have the blazer composites. The harnesses are easy as hell to do. The 9005 and 9006 sockets can be got at carparts.com for a buck or two. Everywhere else wanted $7 and up. $30 from the dealer. Let me know if you need and help.
 

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Hey Brown, I had a 96 front end with sealed beams also. I just recently switched over to sonoma frontend and the wiring only takes a few mins. If nothing works out and you want a 96 sealed beam grill pm, im gonna be trying to sell it soon. Also Pep Boys has the wiring connectors for about 4 bucks each.
 
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