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blazer quarter panels?

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by kilomanjaro, Apr 23, 2001.

  1. kilomanjaro

    kilomanjaro 1/2 ton status

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    will SWB bedsides work for blazer quarters if you shorten them at the front? Is the distance from the rear of the wheel well to the tailight the same on them? any info would be greatly appreciated, i am having trouble finding quarters for my blazer so if SWB ones would work they would be easier to find. thanks
    kilomanjaro
     
  2. Crushergmc

    Crushergmc 1/2 ton status

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    I may have a line on a set of quarters if your patient. Shipping will be from Oregon, I don't know what that would cost.

    "KEEP IT DOWN"
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  3. kilomanjaro

    kilomanjaro 1/2 ton status

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    when you find out let me know condition and price thanks alot
    kilomanjaro
     
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    Just for info does anyone have an answer to his question, I'm interested for refrence sake.


    Dreamin 1st Gen Blazers
    Like em big and topless
     
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    Email Wes Hepp or GMC Paul at www.67-72chevytrucks.com.
    They are friendly and helpful, they will know without a doubt whether that will work or not.

    '72 K-5 4x4, CST, 3.07, 4 speed, NP 205, 31' x 10.5", Olive green and primer, rusted out, rice smasher!
     
  6. Dan71gmc

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    Goodmark Ind and others have a complete new bedside for shortbox trucks that can be modified at the front to work for the Blazer.I had both sides done on my 72 2wd recently and was very happy with them.Bodyman said the quality was excellent.From my searches,Goodmark was the only supplier, but there were other reps and distributors of the Goodmark products. Turns out I could have gotten them cheaper ,too_Oh well, the finished product turned out good.
     
  7. kilomanjaro

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    if you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay for the ones from goodmark, shipping? thanks
    john
    p.s. you can email me at kilomanjaro63@hotmail.com if you want.
     
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    FWIW, Goodmark is one of the best aftermarket sheetmetal suppliers out there (if not the best). I know of a few 100-point show cars that have Goodmark body panels on them.
     
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    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.goodmarkindustries.com/HomePage.html>http://www.goodmarkindustries.com/HomePage.html</A>
     
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    I paid $499 per side from Goodmark, $75 shipping.Found out later on the 67-72 chevy board there was another distributor of the same Goodmark bedside for about $50 less. Quality was excellent, and now I have a nice straight Blazer.
     
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    i really want straight sheetmetal like that, but i don't know if i can drop a grand on them. i bet they look great!! thanks
     
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    Insurance paid one side, figured I just as well do the other, glad I did.
     

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