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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BlazerBoy, Jun 6, 2000.

  1. BlazerBoy

    BlazerBoy 1/2 ton status

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    Hey guys I got some of my pics scanned I will be putting all of them up on my web site soon. I just fiqured I would give you guys a little sneak preview. Thanks guys

    The first picture is the new frame from the junk yard as the crazy guy from the junk yard is delivering it. I had to follow this guy home with the front of the frame just sitting on the end of the tow truck and the back end supported by a cable..(whhheeww)
     
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    This pic is after I swapped all of the axels and springs to the new frame and the guy is sand blasting it.
     
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    forgot the pic.. sorry
     
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    This is after the sandblasting is done...
     
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    Last one.. This is after I painted it with POR-15..
     
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    I AM THINKING OF DOING A FRAME OFF THIS FALL.ALL THE PICS YOU CAN TAKE THROUGH EACH STEP OF THE PROCESS WOULD BE A GREAT HELP!!!!THANKS

    BIGBLOCK MAN
     
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    Hey Blazerboy that frame looks good, I want mine like that too maybe someday I'll do a frame resto. hey you're gonna end up with a way better Blazer than before good luck man.

    check out my new site, thanks Steve!
    http://chaka73.coloradok5.com
     
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    that looks great, keep us up to date, keep a running journal with all the pics you can and maybe Steve will post a frame off article on the homepage, Or maybe you could dedicate your webpage to this project [​IMG]
    Dan

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    Heck it won't be long you will know every nut and bolt on a K5...wish I had the time to do just what you are doing....good luck!

    <font color=green>[​IMG]Eagle86K5[​IMG]<font color=red>
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    Frame looks good. I like that pic you have of the k5 covered in mud. Good luck with your project.

    Brian
     

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