1991 3/4 ton K5 on 37's

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  1. K5Chris

    K5Chris 1/2 ton status

    Mar 11, 2002
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    New Orleans, LA
    For sale:
    1991 Chevrolet V10 (K5) Blazer. Silverado package. Power windows, door locks, cruise, POWER MIRRORS (option only on 89-91), power rear tailgate window
    Dark blue exterior.
    Blue interior
    TBI 350, 700R4, NP241, 10b front, 14b rear, 5.13 gears, detroits front & rear
    Truck has about 218,000 miles on the clock, but everything, and I mean everything has been rebuilt or replaced.

    Engine: Throttle Body Injected 350
    Rebuilt at 200k miles (only 18k on rebuild)
    Block: vat, bore .30” over, hone, resize main caps
    Heads: vat, 3 angle valve job, new valve guides, seals, & retainers
    Rotating a$$embly: grind & polish crank, resize rods, new hypereutectic pistons & rings, computer spin balance entire rotating a$$embly.
    New parts: all bearings, seals, gaskets, freeze plugs, pistons, rings, cam, lifters, double roller timing chain set, high volume oil pump, bolts, water pump, belt, hoses, etc.
    Radiator was re-cored, and throttle body was rebuilt
    Has auxillary engine oil cooler
    ADS performance chip, MSD 6.5mm plug wires
    Dynomax ceramic coated headers, true 2.25” duals w/ 2 Magnaflow high-flow cats, & 2 Flowmaster 40’s, dumped.

    4L60 (no “E”). same thing as the 700r4, except it has computer controlled torque converter lockup. It was rebuilt not long before I bought the truck with a shift kit and some aftermarket parts. Shifts great, never once had a problem.

    NP241C. Replaced with a new or rebuilt unit before I bought the truck. No problems.

    Installed 8/04 at 210,000
    Front: new 6” tuff country EZ ride springs w/ new bushings
    F250 shock towers
    Rear: 5.5” tuff country cast iron blocks + AAL
    Gabriel gas charged truck shocks w/ VST. 12” travel.

    Front axle: 30 spline 8.5” 10 bolt
    Rebuilt 8/04 at 210,000
    NEW PARTS: all 4 MOOG balljoints, raised steering arm, drag link ends, wheel bearings, seals, new 8 lug hub/rotor a$$emblies, extra-long Dorman lug studs, ¾ ton calipers & Wagner thermo-quiet ceramic pads, Dana-Spicer ujoints, NEW 5.13 Yukon ring & pinion w/ all new bearings, & full Detroit locker, Warn Premium manual lockout hubs.

    Rear axle: 10.5” 14 bolt FF
    Rebuilt 8/04 at 210,000
    NEW PARTS: 5.13 Yukon gears, all new bearings, Detroit locker, Timkin wheel bearings & seals, new disc brakes w/ new rotors, calipers, pads, and extra long Dorman lug studs.

    All 5 tires and one wheel were brand new 8/04 at 210,000, the other 4 wheels were bought used
    (5) 37x12.50-16 10 ply E load range Super Swamper radial SSR’s
    (5) 16x10 Eagle Alloys 589 aluminum 8 lug
    Spare has been rotated in, all 5 have similar tread wear. No scalloping, cupping, or irregular wear. I would say they have about 85-90% tread. they ride just as smooth and quiet, if not quieter than my old BFG A/Ts.

    Other stuff:
    ORD steering box frame brace
    Stainless braided front brake hoses
    Kicker Impulse 350i 2 way speakers in the dash
    Blaupunkt 3 way 6x9’s in boxes in the rear on a 100w amp
    CB w/ Wilson Silverload tuneable 4’ fiberglass antenna on rear bumper
    55 watt backup fog lights
    Front headlights are German made OSRAM (not Sylvania) Silverstar 55w H7 composites. They are very bright, and very white.
    It also has the wiring kit with extra Hella relays to allow all 4 headlights to stay on when you flick on the high beams. Also has upgraded wiring with larger 14 or 12ga wiring.
    Custom made stainless steel nerf bars. These are very thick, and very heavy. They will not dent or bend like the jcwhittney crap. These will actually protect the rockers if need be. I would imagine they were very expensive to have made, they were on the truck when I bought it.
    I modified the DRAC for the speedometer with a DIP switch, so the speedometer is exactly correct, and can be recalibrated for different gear/tire ratios with a simple flip of a few switches.

    The bad:
    Typical early 90’s GM clear coat fade on hood and roof.
    I replaced both window motors, but the drivers side regulator just started jumping teeth. The rear tailgate power window goes up and down flawlessly. The dash pad is in an overall good condition but has a couple of normal heat cracks in it.
    I converted the A/C to 134a, but recently the blower quit blowing. I might be able to fix it if I have time.

    Extra parts…… if I get my asking price, this stuff will go with the truck. If not, I get to keep some or all of it.
    1991 Chevrolet R/V, & P model factory service manuals. 4 parts: service manual, unit repair manual, wiring schematics, and a supplement booklet
    STC Fast-Trac soft top. Cab curtain / tonneau style with bolt-on “tracks”. EXTREMELY good condition. Looks brand new.
    56” long rear springs out of a suburban. These give you better ride & flex when used with a shackle flip & longer shackles.
    Extra throttle body unit.
    Extra NP241c transfer case
    Spicer 1350 10 bolt pinion yoke w/ new ubolts (not straps) (for future front driveline upgrade)
    Auxillary battery tray from a diesel (for dual battery setup)
    Extra 10 bolt front axle (disassembled) includes everything except ring & pinion. Has stock steering arm, open carrier, 6 lug hub/rotors
    Factory sway bar
    "ColoradoK5.com" windshield sticker (not installed)

    $7,000 obo
    located in houston, texas
    if you are interested and want pictures, ask.
    p.s. - truck has no rust.
  2. TexasA&Mblazer

    TexasA&Mblazer 1/2 ton status

    Jul 8, 2005
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    San Antonio

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