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PICS OF MY TIRE CARRIER

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Tatman, Oct 11, 2001.

  1. Tatman

    Tatman Registered Member

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    Burt4x4 3/4 ton status

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    clicky www.geocities.com/baja/5099
     
  3. Burbinator

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    Looks good...but, you've GOT to get some bigger tires on that thing! LOL

    The learning curve is a toll road...ride with someone who has already paid!
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  4. Tatman

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    Thanks Burt for the clicky.... didn't work for me when I posted.

    When I got it 5 years ago it had BALD 35's on it..... was intent on getting it roadworthy and those big tires are $$$!!! And for the mud and snow around here these have done ok for now. Still want to replace the 307 with the 350 I'm working on, body work, and some other things before I graduate to the larger tires. Speedo is already 10mph off. Haven't found the right speedo gear yet. Lots of work on a very limited budget.. but I'm working on it. :D

    www.saddletramps.com/BlazerK5.htm
     
  5. KrebsATM02

    KrebsATM02 1/2 ton status

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    Your worried about your welds cracking since you welded to cast?

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  6. DuneRunner

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    Looks Great I'm thinking of something like that.

    later KEN

    DANGIT it's not a bronco!
     
  7. Tatman

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    Friend gave me some sticks, said they'd work for cast. Bounced my weight on the end of it when done and the bumper gave, not the carrier. Had seen others done with the hub, that's what gave me the idea.

    www.saddletramps.com/BlazerK5.htm
     

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