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Parting out my Blazer**lower prices**

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by spitfire, Nov 14, 2003.

  1. spitfire

    spitfire Registered Member

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    Driveshafts, top, hood, gastank, front bumper, Grant steering wheel, tires, drivetrain, flowmasters, etc.
    ..I'll give you a good price.
    I look forward to wheeling with you guys soon.

    -four 35/13.5/15 Baja Claws w/ 6 lug aluminum rims 85% tread <font color="red"> $700 </font>
    -10 bolt front/12 bolt posi rear was $350 <font color="red"> now $300</font>
    -th350/np205 was $500 <font color="red"> now $300 </font>
    -driveshafts <font color="red"> $40</font>
    -3" Ezride front springs New <font color="red"> $150 </font>
    -30 or 35 gallon gastank w/skidplate <font color="red"> $35</font>
    -tilt column <font color="red"> $20 </font>
    -Grant Steering wheel <font color="red"> $40</font>
    -Doors <font color="red"> $30</font>
    -Hood <font color="red"> $5 </font>

    Engine: Chevy 350 complete, low miles, runs great, edelbrock carb, aluminum valvecovers, aluminum aircleaner, doesn't smoke. <font color="red"> $700
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    What other parts do you guys need?

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    Kyle
     
  2. Sample

    Sample 1/2 ton status

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Doors, how much? Are they manual?
    Tranny and Tcase?
     
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    Hossbaby50 3/4 ton status

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Any crossover stuff? Flowmasters, what series, inch, etc?

    Harley
     
  4. spitfire

    spitfire Registered Member

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Doors are manual with no door panels, have az pinstriping, and one has a chunk (size of baseball) of paint missing. Other than that they are in good shape $50.

    Tranny (TH350) and T-case (205) are in good shape, they have about 20,000 miles on them. $500

    No crossover, the FLowmasters are the 2" 40 series. $40

    Kyle
     
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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Seats and steering column?
     
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    azblazor 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Axles? Ratio? $? LS - what kind?
     
  7. justhorsinaround

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    If I can talk the wife into it, put me in line for the flowmasters. Good luck to ya.

    Allan
     
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    spitfire Registered Member

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Seats are a tan plad (spelling?), two are in good shape with no tears, and the driver front needs to be recovered. $100 for all three.

    Steering column is missing the turn signal. You come pull it you can have it for $40. Minus the Grant Steering wheel.

    10 bolt front, 12 bolt rear with 3.42's I believe. As for who makes the rear posi, I have no idea. Both axles are in good condition, the front has new brakes, and new bearings and seals.
    $450 for pair

    Kyle
     
  9. Hossbaby50

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    I'm out on the Flows. I need 2.25 or 2.5 inch.
     
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    Well then it looks like I need to talk to Jenn? Maybe just maybe?? Talk to ya soon.

    Allan
     
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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    in line for flow masters too..I need these!

    602-518-0193
     
  12. spitfire

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    Harley, you are not out of luck yet. I went back outside, and measured the diameter of the flowmaster with a tape measure, and it measured 2.25". I quess the knuckle approach isn't as accurate as it used to be. /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif

    Kyle
     
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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    I am still out due to the fact that they are 40 series. I am looking for 50 series or 70 series so that I can get some tone and stay somewhat manageable noise wise on the highway. I also just scored a MSD Digital 6 box cheap from a friend of mine so my funds are getting tight. THanks though.

    Harley
     
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    Hey Kyle,
    If you still have the flowmasters and you're willin to wait till this weekend maybe the middle of next week as that's when we'll be all moved to Phx then I'd like them. Drop me a line one way or the other. Thanks man.

    Allan
     
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    spitfire Registered Member

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    I still have the flowmasters, and they arent going anywhere.
    Drop me a line whenever you want them. They are used.

    Kyle
     
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    Kyle, Used doesn't bother me. I'm tired of not hearin the exhaust. We'll figure out the details when we get down there? By the way, what is your project? If it's common knowledge just call me an idiot, I'm used to it. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Good luck to ya.

    Allan
     
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    spitfire Registered Member

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    My project is a 1 ton chevy truck, with a tube bed, 454 BB, 39" military tires, doubler, High Angle drivelines, etc. But.... I can't get moving on that project until I get some space and money for some parts.
    I have lowered my price on these things.
    TH350/205 $500 <font color="red"> $350 </font>
    10 bolt/12 bolt posi pair $450 <font color="red"> $350
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    Kyle
     
  18. Sample

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    Re: Parting out my Blazer

    I am still in for the doors.
     
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    Will you take 50 for the front seats including mounting and seatbelts?

    I'd may be interested in the axles later if they go lower /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif
     
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    Heyo Kyle, Do you still have those flowmasters? We're gettin close to gettin the money from the sale of the house. Drop me a line or call me. My number is in I think the post I've got shocks. Talk to ya soon. Good luck to y'all.

    Allan
     

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