Today was one of those days where I gained a renewed respect for those of you who ban together as Chevy followers. (I'm sure other manufacturer followings feel the same in one way or another /forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif) When I owned my 68 Camaro I found the 'secret' underground following of the car to be an exciting aspect to owning one,above and beyond my own felelings toward it. The Blazer is no exception. It's design has been standardized in respect to each component as it relates to the next. I give props to people like Marv Springer, Stephen at ORD, Jesse at High Angle Driveline, Misfit and all the forward thinking fabricators who offer alternative options to what the mainstream is offering. If your not a paying member of CK5, you should be thankful that Steve Fox makes this board available to you so you can get an inside look at whats happening in the industry by those who actually do it and not just those who report on what other people have done. Paying members know all the more what I mean from the growing library of tech articles in the members only area. Thanks CK5 - I proudly display my membership sticker at every photo event!