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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by AZK5, Jul 3, 2001.

  1. AZK5

    AZK5 1/2 ton status

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    Like the one going up lion's back...How high is that mofo anyways?



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  3. 82GMC

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    Is driveing Lions back as scary as it looks? I mean I didn't think you could get vertigo from looking at a picture, But I think I came pretty close on those ones you took over the dash going down!!

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    Damn that looks like fun an damn scary to boot!! Id be afraid of brake fade I guess its 4low in first up an down !!! I hope that there is a turn around in top.

    1985 Blazer, 305 soon to be a TBI 350, 700r4, msd ign, 3.43s, headers, 31x10.50x15s
     
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    Damn! I think i would have to wear a diaper going down that! That looks very scary.

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    Awesome stuff Charlie, as usual [​IMG]

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    Whoh!

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    Did you make it up Potato Salad Hill? Good pics.

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    Wow, nobody ever said 4 wheelers were sane.....

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    Some sweet pictures Charlie!
    Shawn was telling me about someone in a Blazer years ago that had there brakes fail on the way down and hit the bottom at about 70mph. They lived but it must have been a mess.
    Anyone got a copy of that? It was on one of those crazy TV shows. I would like to see that, dam.
    So how hot is it out there now? I heard it was over 100F. Bet the tires stick to everything [​IMG]. Don't you wish you had a camera mounted in the front when you go up stuff like that? All I can see is sky.

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    Nice pics!!!!
    How did it feel driving that lion's back

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  12. AZK5

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    Thanks.
    It was definitely a rush on top of Lion's Back, it's probably 150' high at the top. I started Potato Salad hill on the hardest lines and tried 4 times. I then aired down to 8 psi and the K5 walked right up one of the "easier?" lines. It doesn't look very hard but the steps are so smooth you can't get traction.
    CB

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