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here she is I got pics this time

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by James90, Jul 13, 2000.

  1. James90

    James90 1/2 ton status

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    ok here are some pics of my blazer tell me what yall thank

    I hope they load

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
  2. James90

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    and a nouther

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    #3

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
  4. Boss

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    Very nice dude, very clean. I'm sure you'll get her all dirty up really soon.
    Boss
     
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    Hey, hey, hey, looks ultra-sweeet! Cool paintjob You've done. But - uhm - probably You should do something about Your tires. A little bigger would look waaaayyyy better (IMHO).
    Congrats, man!
    CU
    MuleMaster

    <font color=blue>K5 Blazer...because size DOES matter
    http://projectmule.coloradok5.com</font color=blue>
     
  6. James90

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    here is a pic of the tead plat I put on my doors

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
  7. James90

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    one more and I know 31s are way to small next time I get tires I am going to get 33 12.5s

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    NIce Blazer.
    Its a little too low,too clean for me.
    But it is a very nice stock blazer.

    <font color=red>Chevy4x4<font color=red>[​IMG]
    http://fourbyfour.coloradok5.com
     
  9. 1TUFF89

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    I was considering putting diamond plate metal on my lower doors too. The guy that owned the truck before my put round speakers in the door so the holes would have to be cut to have them mounted. Did you do those yourself or did someone at a fab shot cut it for you? If so either way how much did it cost you?

    CHEVY - "THE HEARTBEAT IS GETTING LOUDER"
     
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    <font color=green>Nice little addition for the door.[​IMG] I removed my panel there too... that fuzzy stuff just collects dirt!!! Skip the 33's and go bigger!!</font color=green>

    BLAZE IT UP!!!
     
  11. James90

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    thanks guys and the diamond plat I got for free and did the work my self with my grinder My dad is frinds with a guy that a fab shop so the guy cut squar pices out of a dis coloered pice and I rounded the coneres with my grinder I also took the carpet out of the back and soon to take it out of the forunt so I can get it line-xed I also put wooden rear panels in to replace the card bord stock ones I will try to get a pic

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    one more

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    and one more will 35s fit under a 4" lift

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    Nice truck! 35s will fit, but you will crunch your fenders on the first bump you hit. If you don't mind cutting, a 4" is just great--I don't want to cut my fenders so I went with a 6", and I run 35s. I will probably rub a little at full articulation, we'll see! Anyway, nice truck. Oh, and I too prefer the K/% modifed for the trail. Best looking truck in the world...
     
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    Nice truck. I like the diamond plate on the doors. Gonna have to steal that idea. How about diamond plating the rear panels. They make really thin plate so it shouldnt wheigh to much. Probly really costly though. I might have to look into that. (i have a buddy at a steel distributor and maybe get a deal.)
     
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    Time to get her dirty! Cool plate idea.
     
  19. James90

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    Mark I thot about doing that but I want to get my back line-xed and that would have been a waste but it would look cool like that with no bed liner of corse.

    [​IMG]Go prepared

    I have a Shotgun a Rifle and a 4WD(K5) and Country Boy Can Survive!!!!
     
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    35's fit depending on how big your 35's actually are and how you drive. I ran 35x12.5 on 15x10 rims with a 4 inch lift and didn't touch once, but I also never wheeled it with that setup. If you drive in the city, I don't imagine it being a problem. If you go balls out when you 4wheel you'll probably crunch some fender.
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