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Wondering blazer. Need help!

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by sandSStorm, Feb 16, 2006.

  1. sandSStorm

    sandSStorm Registered Member

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    This is my first post.

    I own a 79 blazer that Ive been moding. The last mods were the front and rear diff from an older unit along w some old used 35's. I swaped the diff because the ones from the donor truck haf 3.73's and a locker in the rear.

    After all that was done I noticed that the truck will pull to the left while taking off. I have to correct by turning the steering wheel the oposite way. And then I have to return to when stopping. Its very anoying. Ive never had this problem before the swap. My friends and I have checked it all over for everything we can think of and nothing. All the joints seem tight, nothing feels loose. I even took it to an alignment shop and they could not come up with anything.

    One thing that I have to try is re-installing the sway bar since I took it off a while ago. I only use this truck for offroading so I removed the swaybar for better articulation. Even after I removed it (when i had the other diferentials) I had no sproblem w it.

    If anyone has any imput on this please post it. Its driving me nuking futz!!

    PS- the problem is not there all the time, some times it wonders and if i try to duplicate the problem it doesnt do it. It only does it while going from 1 to 2nd gear.

    The truck now has an np205 and a diferential without lock-outs.

    Thanks
     
  2. Leper

    Leper 1/2 ton status

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    Did you modify the rear suspension at all?
     
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    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Post in the garage and you will get a far better response.
     
  4. sandSStorm

    sandSStorm Registered Member

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    On the rear allI have is the new springs and a relocated rear spring hanger.
     

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