86 K5 in Gilroy, CA - SOLD!

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  1. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

    Sep 28, 2003
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    Gilroy, CA
    1986 Chevy K-5 Blazer Silverado 4x4

    White exterior/grey interior
    Body/frame has ~135,000 on it.

    New Crate 350 Motor - ~1500 miles since installation
    Swapped a TBI system from 87 Blazer - BAR'd last week - passed SMOG
    Edelbrock TBI Intake
    Edelbrock TBI camshaft
    MSD Coil & Wires
    New AC Delco Plugs, cap and rotor
    New TBI distributor from summit when engine installed
    New radiator and hoses when engine installed
    New catalytic converter and AC Delco O2 sensor
    New K&N filter
    Summit tachometer/B&M tranny temp guage
    130A powermaster alternator
    Optima red top battery

    Stage 3 Bowtie Overdrives 700-R4 - ~500 miles since installation
    New Bowtie overdrives torque converter - 1800 stall
    New B&M tranny cooler
    New GM TV Cable

    Front and rear driveshafts from Highangledriveline.com
    Front has 1350CV at transfer case, 1310 at axle
    Rear has 1350CV at transfer case, 1350 at axle

    NP-241 transfer case, recently rebuilt with new seals and chain
    JB Conversions Slip Yoke Eliminator

    Front 10 bolt axle with 8 lug outers
    Rear 14 bolt FF axle with 13" drums
    Both axles are open and 4:10 geared

    Front lifted 6" with Tuff country Lift springs
    Rear lifted with Off Road Design 4" shackle flip and a 2" add-a-leaf. Also has a zero rate on the rear for 1" of lift and to move the axle back 1".

    36x12.50/16 Super Swamper Radials on 16x10 rock crawler steelies (black) - tires have about 40% on the rear and ~65% on the front

    800W AC Inverter mounted below driver seat.
    MV-50 air compressor mounted behind driver seat.
    Has trailer hitch and trailer wiring harness

    Speedometer doesn't work right now. I am not sure if the cable is snapped or is just not pushed on the back of the speedo enough. The ECM for the TBI is getting a proper speed reading from the sender at the tranny, so the speedo gears are fine.

    A/C is all there, but needs a recharge. I would actually just convert over to 134....and replace seals, etc.

    Lovely GM paint is starting to chip on portions of the truck. The black primer is still in good condition though. THere is really no rust on the truck to speak of.

    Front seats need new covers. The fabric on the bottom cushions is tearing/missing.

    Other than that, the truck is in great condition. It runs really well, just pulled a trailer with ATV's and a truckfull of people down to Pismo and it handled very well. THe reason for selling it is that I just bought a new diesel and need to get rid of my excess cars.

    $6000 OBO
    Pics to follow soon.
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2006
  2. btolenti

    btolenti 1/2 ton status

    Sep 28, 2003
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    Gilroy, CA

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