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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by FatBoyBlazer, Jun 30, 2001.

  1. FatBoyBlazer

    FatBoyBlazer 1/2 ton status

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    thisweek end at an auto show (the summer nationals)there was an 87' blazer with a full convertable.........that makes me think.........how hard is it to convert over to full convertable in a 91'

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  2. seattlek5

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    ...with one hand on the bender.
    It's not how easy, it's how clean you want it to look.
     
  3. ScoobyDann

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    it would be easier to buy a 73-75 blazer and put the front grill of whatever year you want

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  4. FatBoyBlazer

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    first of all i wouldn't bedoing it my self and i want it to be clean............and i already have a 91 and love it but i like the full convertable better but i have just about all the options available....if not all so i want to do it to this one...............yeah.........................................ryan

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  5. laketex

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    i'm doing mine next week...i'll let you know how it turns out. But I dont really care too much about clean, just functional. Will have pics up by next weekend.

    Bryan

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  6. rocko

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    Hey Bryan... aka Laketex... take pictures.. I want to see how clean your's turns out... I'm chopping the 76 I'm picking up.. i have access to a full top.. and this truck I don't mind cuttting to make full -convertible..
    I know someone in San Antonio who had a 1990 Blazer.. he converted it to full convertible..
    I'm going to try and contact BOWTIE since that guy showed up with his Off-road club awhile back.. it was one clean looking job !!!!


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  7. 1990K5

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    just did my 1990 last week it came out sweet and a 75 hard top will bolt right up (grafted in a 75 windsheild frame) very easy project except for the door caps, if anyone has any questions on how to do it e-mail me at motoloco@aol.com
     
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    check this out...

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  9. laketex

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    1990K5...we NEED pics!!!

    Mine might be put on hold till after the wedding. i'm going to get the small things done to put her on the road first.

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