As most of you can probably sympathize (or at least relate to), I bought a truck with the intentions of using the parts from it for my Blazer project. My Blazer is a 1991 K5 with a TBI350, 700R4, NP241, and 10 bolts front and rear. Currently it has a 3" bodylift and 33" All-terrains. The body on this thing is mint, and it's a really good looking truck as is. My intentions were to pull the 454, D60 (and swap the hubs to make it SRW), D70 (swapping it with another guy for a SRW D70) from the dually pictured below, and putting them in under the Blazer. However, after picking the dually up this weekend, I kind of took a liking to it, and I'm thinking about keeping it and doing some work to it. It needs some major interior work (I'm somewhat concerned that my 300lb ass is going to fall through the rusted out floorboard), and the steering needs to be tightend up (I think replacing the steering arm should solve this). But, other than that it is a pretty cool truck. I'd like to put it up on some 38.5x11R16 Boggers and run it around for awhile. So, here is my dilemma, and the question I have for everyone here: Pull this truck apart to make a really cool Blazer, or keep the Blazer as is, and refurb this dually? If I refurb this dually, I will officially have three 4wheel drive trucks, and I am really not sure I need all of that. Of course, none of this is about need, but you know what I mean. So, what would you guys do? One thing for you guys to consider is that I got the Dually for really cheap ($2000 which is a hell of alot cheaper than if I have tried to buy a D60, D70, 454, NP205, and an SM465 all by themselves), so that's one reason why I wanted to use the parts for the Blazer. If I had to find all of that for the Blazer again (which I think ultimately I would do) I fear it would cost me alot more money. Any thoughts, comments, or suggestions are appreciated.