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FS: parting 77 Blazer - it all goes

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by edeslaur1, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. edeslaur1

    edeslaur1 1/2 ton status

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    From a 77 Blazer
    What doesn't get sold gets scrapped. Body is quite rough, interior not much better.
    AT is gone, axles spoken for
    I just want to get rid of this stuff

    $250 - Chev 350 SB w/ Edelbrock carb (that's the price of the carb!)
    ..complete, carb to pan
    ..oil looks pretty good
    ..You have to help pull it @ this $$, but the trans is already out and I have the tools
    ..s'posed to run good. Haven't heard it run yet, but it's still in the truck so we can find out. I got it home late last night and was tired, then I had to run this morning.

    $20- NP203 (fr different truck, condition unk)
    $20 - Front driveshaft
    $20 - rear driveshaft
    $20 - radiator
    $20 - hood (maroon, pretty straight)
    SOLD - driver's door

    $10 - topper, you have to help pull (no sliding glass, glass is good)

    Let me know if you need anything else off a 77 Blazer.
     
  2. Muddytazz

    Muddytazz 1 ton status

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    $10 - driver's door, Bottom rear corner tweaked, should pull out, rest is OK, no inner panels.

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    Send you a pm on the drivers door /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
  3. TrcksR4ME

    TrcksR4ME 1/2 ton status

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    What kind of condition is the front driveshaft? Actually the rear as well. Thanks
     
  4. Topdown

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    frame with title?
     
  5. edeslaur1

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    Got the title right here. When I'm done, the cab & frame will be most of what's left. Unless the topper, etc doesn't go either. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif

    Someone else expressed interest, but don't know how serious.
     
  6. edeslaur1

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    dshafts are good. Rear is not a slip-yoke style (e.g. fixed yoke on tcase).

    Rear's ujoints look good also, but I'd check for missing bearings as it was floating around in the truck
     
  7. TrcksR4ME

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    What style is the front shaft? I was looking for something that would be a direct replacement for mine, which is 77 K5 with 203, cv front shaft.
     
  8. edeslaur1

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    This was supposed to be a 203 (I was told, didn't come w/) but the front diff has Chevy (not Milemarker) hubs, so I am left wondering.

    It's a CV shaft. I can get you dims this evening, but someone else may have dibs.
     

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