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Pic's of my project 76

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by xplosuv, Apr 1, 2001.

  1. xplosuv

    xplosuv 1/2 ton status

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    Pic\'s of my project 76

    Ok finally have taken some pictures of my K5 in it re-birth
    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://207.212.78.115/k5krawlers/Project_xplosuv.htm>http://207.212.78.115/k5krawlers/Project_xplosuv.htm</A>
    and Who's the Suspension Guru out there? I got some Questions for you.

    If you cant go over it...GO THROUGH IT !!!
    75 Jimmy 11" lift with 40's
     
  2. solowookie

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    WOW - thats a LOT of wire... Tell me more about your sound system please...

    Jeff
     
  3. bigerik

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    The truck looks great! You make it look easy. What are the suspension questions? I am a firm believer in quality leaf springs all around with no lift blocks. Also, I would put as many shocks as you can fit and professionally installed beefy drivelines. <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.bigerik.coloradoK5.com>http://www.bigerik.coloradoK5.com</A>. Regarding California K5 Krawlers, it wouldn't be cost effective for me to drive 100 miles to the meeting (I have 5.13s and a 3 speed), but I would probably go to a run. Nice Blazer!
     
  4. xplosuv

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    Sound system has in dash cd player w/ 6 disc changer, 3-way Equillizer, 2-way crossover, 4 amps pushing 1100 watts of power, two 15" subwoofers, two 8" woofers, two 6"x9"'s, two 5 1/4" midbass, two 4" midbass, four 1" dome tweeters.I will post more pic of the truck next week.

    If you cant go over it...GO THROUGH IT !!!
    75 Jimmy 11" lift with 40's
     
  5. wayne

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    It looks good and I bet you can hear it comming a mile away.

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://jamonline.homestead.com/fromthegroundupK54x4/89Jimmy.html>http://jamonline.homestead.com/fromthegroundupK54x4/89Jimmy.html</A>
    <font color=blue>Happy Trails[​IMG]</font color=blue>
    <font color=blue>Wayne</font color=blue>
     
  6. firsttimeblazer

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    It came out nice. I just started mine and of course have along way till finishing. Great job.

    "Rather have a Chevy Blazer in the garage than any Ford on the road"
     
  7. solowookie

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    Re: Pic\'s of my project 76

    I'll bet you don't have a lack of bass do you... :) I've got quite a bit to do to my Blazer before I worry about my sound system. But all things in due time. I'll get to it. :)
     

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