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A couple pics of my blazer

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by militaryblazer, Dec 18, 2000.

  1. militaryblazer

    militaryblazer 1/2 ton status

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    Sorry for the poor quality. Don't really know how to use this scanner. Hoping to get digital camera soon.
    Before the lift...
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    After the 4" Suspension Lift...
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    <font color=orange>'86 Military Blazer with 4" Lift & 33" Tires</font color=orange>[​IMG]
     
  2. Blaze

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  3. militaryblazer

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    I'm surprised anybody noticed. They are fake but It sure would freak alot of people out. I have taken them off now.

    <font color=orange>'86 Military Blazer with 4" Lift & 33" Tires</font color=orange>[​IMG]
     
  4. chevy4x4

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    That looks great.. You still have the 6.2 right? Add a 2 inch body lift, put on 38s, trimm the fenders, weld on steel flares and you have my future blazer. Hoe many MPG do you get?

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  5. militaryblazer

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    Yeah it has the 6.2 still. Right now I have a 1" body lift sitting in my garage, along with lots of other stuff waiting to be installed. I have figured it to be about 14, but not sure how much the tires throw it off!

    <font color=orange>'86 Military Blazer with 4" Lift & 33" Tires</font color=orange>[​IMG]
     
  6. Confederate9

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    what else do you have planned for it?

    Confederate's w/ K5's!
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    K5: Because size DOES matter
     
  7. militaryblazer

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    Being 16 the budget is pretty low on it but I have gotten alot of stuff for it already. Just not put on. 9000 lb. Winch, ORD 4" Shackle flip to get rid of blocks, 1" body lift, steering brace, and get my stereo hooked up. I have funded the whole thing by myself, course it helps living at home. I found a 3/4 ton truck for $500, thinking about getting the axles off and putting them on the blazer. I probably won't ever get bigger than 35" tires. Right now it has Pro-Comp 33" Muds. They work pretty good in the mud too. At least the mud around here.

    <font color=orange>'86 Military Blazer with 4" Lift & 33" Tires</font color=orange>[​IMG]
     
  8. BlazerGuy

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    Damn, your budget cant be that low if you have all that stuff. I just turned 16 and can barely afford gas[​IMG]

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  9. militaryblazer

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    I Homeschool and Work full-time!

    <font color=orange>'86 Military Blazer with 4" Lift & 33" Tires</font color=orange>[​IMG]
     
  10. chevy4x4

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    14mpg isn't very good for a diesel. I thaught it would be at least 20.

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