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Pics of our wheeling trip on Oct 15.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Moose, Oct 18, 2000.

  1. Moose

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    Moose
    Are you running 1-ton axles? If yes what size wheels and boggers ya got?

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    Cool Pix. Where is the trail?

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    KEWL! What exactly was this "fabbed" part you guys were trying to break? Not the steering arm was it? I didn't make it up on Saturday to pick up those brake lines due to an influx of work. I'm heading out to Glamis this weekend, so I'll give ya a ring the next chance I get to make it up to Deer Valley. BTW-Trucks look NIIIIICE!

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    Very nice pics... I'd take the Blazer over the Hummer any day...
    So.. what type of camera did you use to take the pics? Digital? Just a regular camera?
    I'm in the market for a digital camera.. so I can instantly download the pics to my pc..
    Thanks..


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    Hey Moose, what kind of roof rack is that? Do you like it? I have been thinking about getting one. Thanks.

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    Steve, I'm running 15x10 with 35-14.50 15 Boggers. A grinder goes a long way. Actually It wasn't bad I had done it before on my crew cab. The trail is off of Table Mesa road north of Phoenix.
    BigBurb-No prob that price I gave you is a kit with all three lines. Bigdaddyk5 busted his steering arm. He only had the end treaded in about 5 threads.
    Rocko- I used a digital. Its a Kodak
    84k5 I built that roof rack. I ended up selling it to AZblazer when I put on the soft top. Let me know if you what a rack just got a WP for a friend and it looks awsome.
     
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    Definitly interested in a rack, but I gotta save some money up first. I'll let you know in a couple monthes.

    Brian
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    Thanks DBLAZER.
     

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