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Anyone who has documented a modification on the internet plz read

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 8_YOUR_H2, Dec 31, 2001.

  1. 8_YOUR_H2

    8_YOUR_H2 1/2 ton status

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    I think when people like you and me document a modification and put it on the internet it is one of the most helpfull things available. From complex things like a ring and pinion change or an axle swap to somthing fairly simple like installing a speedi-sleeve. This has been one of the most important things I use to figure what is involved in a modification and if its somthing I can do in my driveway (like what CANT a person do in their driveway!). I think there needs to be a site we can go to and have links to all the cool little things we have done to our vehicles. I have been looking for the site where the guy installs auto meter gauges in his truck because I am planning on doing this, but I cant find it..I know its there because I have read the write up...now if there was a site we could go to with links to stuff like this It would be priceless. I would like to get a collection of fullsize blazer and trucks mods made and put them on my website for all to use. Then post it on all of the search engines for other chevy enthisiasts to share. Give me some input on your thoughts and If you have a site you want to let me know about please do!
    Brent
     
  2. Michael

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    Sounds like a good idea Brent.....I just always bookmark everything I think I might be interested in, then try to go back thru them and figure out which one it was.....pretty frustrating. Here is the site for the gauges:<a target="_blank" href=http://personal.clt.bellsouth.net/clt/m/g/mgervin/>Mikes's 73-87 Chevy Pick-ups</a>
    For the gauge article go here:www.jmartin.net/parker/goose.htm
     
  3. KShortell

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    Hey, guys. I know I'm mostly quiet on these forums- sorry. However, I have started to document some projects.

    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.geocities.com/kevinshortell/>http://www.geocities.com/kevinshortell/</a> and work your way to my Tech page. I've got a couple of items up already with some others in the works. Already posted headlights-on reminder and a section with pictures on 350/TH700R4 flexplate replacement.

    Enjoy!
     
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    A site that I find very useful for all the above, and getting answers is www.chevytalk.com. I haven't visited the www.GMFORUM in a while so I don't know whats going on over there!
    www.hotrodtrucks.com is good for some things but not any
    forums.
    I think most of us can relate to getting answers and sharing ideas and tips, besides looking at some nice rides! Your idea for a website is great if you can get input. Go for it! Just let us know where we need to go or link up.
     
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