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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chvymudin3388, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. chvymudin3388

    chvymudin3388 1/2 ton status

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    today after school i was chasing a friend of mine around town in his mustang and to show him not to screw with my truck cause it aint as low as he thinks lol i power braked it and when i left off the brake the rear tires grabbed and the people that were inside with me and my friend in the mustang and the people that were inside with him said i popped a wheelie in my blazer :D 35 inch tires :D weak ten bolt that i need to repalce cuase the bearing went out ate it up some of the axle where it rides lol and best of all lol a gov bomb they said the front tires came off 6 inches or so off the ground :eek1: :D
     
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    :haha: You have to be running some serious power to lift a Blazer 6 inches off the ground. I'm sure it possible, but sounds a little exadurated.
    But if its true then:bow: :bow: :bow:
     
  3. chvymudin3388

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    see thats what i mean i thought no way in hell i thought they were lying but everyone kept saying i did and i was like no way but the people in the mustang said i did i aint trying it again though i gaurantee you that lol im suprised a ujoint or something didnt snap lol they said all the sudden my tires quit spinning and the front end came off the ground :D so yea
     
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    Most likely just the nose of the truck came up 6", that aint hard to do at all.
     
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    no they said the tire was
     
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    how many people were in the blazer?
     
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    maybe one tire? that could happen with a funky suspension
     
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    79k20350 3/4 ton status

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    brandon barely got his a few inches off the ground and he has a caddy 500:eek1::D. no way you got 6":rolleyes:
     
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    i dont know there was me and two freinds and idont know bout one tire might of been but it did feel like it kinda pulled backwards when it happend i just didnt want to believe that huge beast did it
     
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    and mine was no front shocks, and bouncing the truck with the gas pedal
     
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    :rolleyes: possibly dont doubt me just cause i gots a lil'ol 350 it surprises me all the time so i dont think i could do it again though lol
     
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    i'm not doubting you. If all conditions are right, it could be possible. Hill, Gearing, Suspension, TQ, weight in the rear behind the axle, etc. I dont mean all of them, i'm not being pickey, i'm saying there are many things that could help you do it
     
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    its not cause you gots a lil ol 350. ive seen them make plenty of power. But there is no way, now way the front tires got 6" of the gorund, let alone of the ground at all with what i imagine to be a fairly clos to stock, if not stock motor. its just not possible. maybe if you hit a speed bump the front tires would come up but otherwise no way. not to attack you or anything but its just not happaning man.
     
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    if it twisted than i may be able to see one tire coming slighty of the gorund but thats it
     
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    well you see theres bumps where it happend but the front came off the ground as hard as it may be for you to believe supposedly they came of the ground im sure i had axle wrap like no ones buisness espeacilay with my 4 inch lift blocks
     
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    Amen to that
     
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    And what is the point of this thread?
     
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    :dunno: :dunno: I do it all the time in the Suburban,,,,,but then again, i'm usually flying over speed bumps when it does it:doah:

    oh nevermind then:D










    and the point of this thread, was to prove, yet again, that another kid, can beat the crap out of another Blazer:D
     
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    Can Can Pusher Man Staff Member Super Moderator

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    And that the Blazer can take it!!!! :woot:
     
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    midnitewarya Sounds like a problem for future me. Premium Member

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    What the deuce? What is Can-Can doing in the Garage?

    I'd like to know the specs on what your running. Stock motor? Gear Ratio? Tranny? If the govbomb is old and tired, it might take awile before it kicks in, which would mean you could build some serious tire spin with one wheel, and then suddenly the other could kick in, and WHAM! If you had one tire spinning at say 45mph or higher, with full throttle, and a govbomb engaged, I could see getting some wheel off the ground.

    If I was you though, I'd start looking for that 14bff, because you ain't got much longer till that sucker blows. I know. And you might want to check out your brakes. And u-joints. Probalbly should flush the tranny as well. :D

    Al
     
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