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Fender Flare Pics?

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Roostr84, Aug 24, 2001.

  1. Roostr84

    Roostr84 1/2 ton status

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    I am looking for anymone with pics of the bushwacker cutouts on their rig. Thanks

    Chris =)
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    Chris,
    These pics aren't of my rig... They are pics I saved off of Ebay a few months ago. I'm pretty sure the Blazer in the photos has the Bushwacker cutouts on it.

    <a target="_blank" href=http://community.webshots.com/album/18892104HzgTHYAePo>Bushwacker Cutouts Photos</a>
     
  3. JoshA

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    those are bushwacker cutout flares. I have a full set of these flares still in the boxes if you want some.

    '72 blazer 9" lift YOKO mudders 35x12.50 350/sm465/3.73 UTAH
     
  4. Roostr84

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    Josh I remember you had a set when i bought the tranny and rims off of you. I tried to email you a couple days ago but it was returned undeliverable. Unfortunatley i went and bought a new set. Would have rather given the $$$ to a fellow K/5er though.

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    How much do you want for the set? Thanks.

    See Ya,
    Keith

    [​IMG] <font color=green>Born to Drive My K5</font color=green> [​IMG]

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  7. JoshA

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    roostr84, did you get the trannie put in yet? tell me how it turned out if you did.

    '72 blazer 9" lift YOKO mudders 35x12.50 350/sm465/3.73 UTAH
     
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    I'll sell them for what I paid for them which is about $300 for the set of 4.

    '72 blazer 9" lift YOKO mudders 35x12.50 350/sm465/3.73 UTAH
     
  9. Roostr84

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    Hey Josh I decided to go with a 465 instead, just b/c I love driving stick. Anyway I just sold the tranny to another member of the board and am shipping it Monday. The rims polished up real nice and I am mounting 33's on it later in the month. Hows everything on your end.
    Chris

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  10. JoshA

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    trucks runnin' great. I've taken it down to moab a few times and it's done awesome. I haven't had time to do much more in the way of improvements but it'll happen eventually.

    '72 blazer 9" lift YOKO mudders 35x12.50 350/sm465/3.73 UTAH
     

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