I have a 70 K5 resto project-in-limbo, and when I get home from Korea, I have about a month to get the truck to the point that it can start, roll, and possibly move on it's own. That is the easy part, all I have to do is get the engine out and to the machine shop, put the new 39" Pitbull Rockers on, and dig the rats out of the transmission. After that's done, it can be towed to my next duty station, Fort Bragg, NC. I wanna get this truck driveable by late spring. The majority of the work that needs to be done isn't that hard, it's just time and money consuming (like the roll cage). The one are that keeps getting me concerned is the suspension. I've been out of the loop for almost a year now, and although I buy 4 Wheel and Off Road magazine every chance I get, I still can't get up to speed on the latest technology in suspensions. I like coilovers, and I want a lot of flex, but what do I need to do to change over to a coilover front suspension on a Blazer? All the articles I see are for Jeeps.