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Paragon - Undertaker pics

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by jcg, Oct 1, 2000.

  1. jcg

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    Hey man cool pics!

    Your buddy Robs truck, its been in more than one 'mag has'nt it? 44's with 8" of lift and lotsa trimming, some sort of custom body mount under the rad support, "implement Red" paint this is the same truck is'nt it? I love that truck![​IMG]

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    Is he still running gumbos or are those boggers? That is a bad truck.

    Have you driven OVER a Ford lately?
     
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    Sweet Pics man. I can't wait until my K5 can do runs like that.

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    Awesome pics man. Where was your K5 jcq? Anyways, that red K5 with 44"s is a Beast. Wish I had trails like that around me.
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    Yeah that's the same truck. I don't know him personally, I haven't gone on any of those rides yet. Usually when our two clubs get together it's for some pretty hardcore trails. He's part of North Country Off Road in the Adirondack mountains, there's some pretty sick trails up there. His K5 has so much flex that it kept crushing core supports so he had to build a custom mount that lets the support move a lot more. All the guys in my club keep bugging me to build mine up like his but that's a few years away.

    Joe
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