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Accessory Battery Tray / Car Audio

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by H0BBEZ, Dec 17, 2001.

  1. H0BBEZ

    H0BBEZ Registered Member

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    Two questions really. First, does anyone know where or even just the brand of an accessory battery tray that fits well in '87 generation Blazer and can be installed without drilling any or too many extra holes? I've seen a few but I have no idea what the hell they're for 'cause they don't look like they'd work well. And second, does anyone have pictures of some impressive car audio equipment in their Blazer? =]

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  2. H0BBEZ

    H0BBEZ Registered Member

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    (bump) Please?
     
  3. shawnboy

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    GM would be your best bet. It was a factory option and is a direct bolt in . You have to relocate the vacuum canister though. I'm sure there is an after market source as well. Search some of the numerous on line parts places.
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    tear out the silly vapor can and put little fuel filters on the end of every tube, then bolt in a stop sign. thats what i did. its very functional.

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  5. Greg72

    Greg72 "Might As Well..." Staff Member Super Moderator

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    HOBBEZ,

    Don't forget there is an "Audio" Message Board on this site....maybe you'll get more responses there.

    BTW-&gt; My '72 has got an 8-Speaker, 1600 Watt Stereo installed....does that qualify as "impressive" ? [​IMG] Pics of the install are in my CK5 photo gallery....click link below!



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  6. ColAdo82K5

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    Get it out of a diesel truck/blazer/sub. It will need a little drilling on the inner fender (i skipped this) and the holes for the fender to tray connection are already ther, just use some bolts because those holes are not threaded. Mine fit in without moving the evap canister.
    Blake

    Who needs new parts when there are junk yards and hardware stores ?
     

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