Welcome To CK5!
Registering is free and easy! Hope to see you on the forums soon.
Score a FREE t-shirt and membership sticker when you sign up for a Premium Membership and choose the recurring plan.
Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Ronnie4wd, May 4, 2006.
Thats one way to keep your center of gravity down. I wonder what all the filming equipment was for.
It´s from the Swedish "Monster garage"
They had a budget of 3300 USD.
Now i understand!! I was so confused at first, who in the right mind would put a straight axle under a BMW? They beat on it pretty good too
These are the specs on the BLING Blazer:
Model: Chevrolet Blazer -90
Engine: 6,5 L diesel, BMC filter
Power steering: With Spin-on filter
Transmission: TH 700 L60 modified, added cooler, and Spin-on filter
Transfer case: NP 241 H/L
Front axle: GM 10 bolt, manual hubs, axle shafts 1,31", 30 splines, changed wheel bolts to 1/2".
Rear axle: GM 12 bolt, axle shafts 1,31", 30 splines, changed wheel bolts to 1/2".
Gear ratio: 4,10:1
Diffrential lockers: ARB front/rear
Brake hoses. Front/rear stainless steel/teflon hose.
Winter wheels: Specialwheel Dakar 15x10 front/rear, 1,5" spacers rear (home made)
Winter tire: Cooper Discovery A/T 35x12,5 R15, studs
Summer wheels: Alcoa forged aluminum 15x8 front, 15x10 rear, 1,5" spacers front/rear (home made)
Summer tire: Good Year WranglerMT/R 35x12,5 R15
Suspension: Front 4" Rancho suspension kit, rear 6" , (4" blocks + add-a-leaf)
Air compressor: ARB, hoses stainless steel/teflon
Fender flares: Warn
Roof rack: Home made
Batteries: Two Optima Yellow Top
Electric wiring: updated with very thick cable area
Steering stabilizers: Double Pro-Comp
Shocks: Black Diamond
Front hitch: Stainless steel (home made), Triplex
Rear hitch: Triplex
Extra lights: Hella 7 x 100w, + 4 x 55w
Alternator: 105 amp, updated with a very thick cable area to the batteries
Sway bar: Front/rear
Mirrors: Electric adjustable
Alarm: Car Guard, + one talking with movement sensor , it tells you to "Back off" if you´re to close and when you move it say´s "Thank you"
Car stereo: Special design by Stoffe from Street Sound
cool truck but I hate that show....
yeah all that for $3300 my ass.... wish that was true... arb front and rear... hella lights... think there is $3300 right there
all those " FREEBIES " is what kills the show...
werent they the ones that did the bronco?
had a small budget but had $38,000 in " FREEBIE " parts
The BMW is mostly a 78 Blazer with 350 350 203 10 12 welded and Range rover coils and links.
The 350 has got an edelbrock intake, holley carb and nitrous
Sorry you got me wrong it´s only the BMW who is part of the show.
I don´t think they got anything free.
ahh missunderstood ya...
actually watched the video now... that thing is sweet.. would have liked to see it hit some mud though
Separate names with a comma.