Maybe I've been spending too much time with the wrong people, but ??? Here's where my blazer is now After spending some time talking to Steve Sharp and climbing all over his rig. I've got some idea's in mind for where I want to go. I'll give you a pictoral coming of age of what I've decided. This is Steve's rig not all that long ago when it still resembled a Blazer After this, he decided that he wanted more wheelbase and coils so it went to this... Now, as much as I like Steve's new rig, I still miss is looking like something. So that go me to thinking... What I've got in mind I THINK is fairly simple. Get a pickup bed, either a long bed or short bed and graft it onto my blazer. What I'm thinking, is cut the bedsides and floor loose from my Blazer at the cab and graft in the pickup bed minus the bulkhead. While I'm cutting, I'll boatside the rig, bob the back and do a fuel cell. Similar to what Sharpe did with his, but with a backseat (got a kid on the way /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif ) Something like this After spending some time under Steve's rig and seeing his coil setup, I think that's route I'm going to take with Rockwells. I'd love to go 60, but if I've got the money to buy a 60, then I've got money to get another something to drive and make it a trail only toy. I want to keep the same square body blazer look, and for some of the stuff that's close, wheelbase ROCKS. So, what am I looking at here, pipe dream? Is there an easier way? What about stretching the front wheel wells. I'm sure I'll need to move the front end forward several inches. My thought on that is to buy another set of front fenders and splice two sets together for a MUCH wider wheel well, but very little frontal area. Similar to this I know it sounds like I'm spending a helluva lot of time on the body, and believe me, I'm not all that scared to bash it, but I'd like to at least retain the spirit of the original blazer /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif So... Thoughts?