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Give me ideas on a 70 build up, please

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 383whiteblazer70, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. 383whiteblazer70

    383whiteblazer70 Registered Member

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    :wink1: :eek1: :wink1: I have a 70 blazer, 425hp 383, sm 465/205, 35x1250x15 X-Terrains, 1973 1/2 ton 6 bolt 44hd front and 12 rear. this is all i have done to it thus far, i would like to hear your ideas on what to change or add to this to be able to do trails from 1-4, not interested in the #5 for the families sake. I would appreciate it for your comments. I really think that upgrading to molys would be suff. to do the wheeling that we want to do.:confused: :confused: :confused:
     
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    resurrected_jimmy 1/2 ton status

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    I'd add a rear locker and a winch (winch keeps you from using stupid pedal in places you think you are going to get stuck)
     
  3. 383whiteblazer70

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    I was thinking moly axels f/r, a true trac front, spool in the rear???
     
  4. bigbluesuburban

    bigbluesuburban 1/2 ton status

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    Give the truck to me and hike more...

    But if that is not to your thing... Then I am a drivetrain maniac.

    D60 Front (dually)
    14BFF Rear (dually)
    Double T Case
    Hummer Beadlocks (the reason for the dually axles)
    38's
    Lots of body armour
    Full Cage


    This feels like Deja Vu all over again...
     

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