Questions about wheels, plugs and *Colorado* residents!!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by spencerjw, Oct 19, 2001.

  1. spencerjw

    spencerjw Registered Member

    Oct 6, 2001
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    Highlands Ranch, CO
    Ok, first off, what Plugs should I get put into my 86 305? A guy at PepBoys said he has a K5 and he's tried just aboute very plug out there and he said to stay away from the bosch, A Delco, A.C., and NGR's. He said I should go with (can;t remember the name, but it started with an "A"). I'll ask him tomorrow when I go tog et the new plugs.

    Also, I know that my rims stock rims for 1986) are 15's, my father has a set off of his 93 K5 Sport that are 16's. Since I obviously can;t fit my current tires on the 16's, I need to know if the bolt pattern on them is the same as with my current 15's. I can easily just try the on, but thought I'd ask here first since I won;t be doing any of this till tomorrow afternoon.

    Last but not least....
    I need to get in touch with a few CK5'ers from the Colorado (Denver Metro Area) and get some comments and/or suggestions about my new K5. I am really looking for someone in the area that might be willing to do a bit of hand holding while I slowly get my rig ot the way I want her. Preferiably someone that might also be working on theirs so I could assist and maybe just get to "know" someone that also has access to or knows someone that has access to all the right tools (i.e. garage (not in a house) lifts, paint booths, air tools(have a few, but sure not all of them)).

    Thanks in adavance!!!

    Spencer Winegarden
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  2. wayne

    wayne 3/4 ton status

    Feb 1, 2001
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    Carlisle, Pa
    Starts with an A, Autolite. I would go with the AC Delco Rapid fires. I have not tried them yet but heard they are good. I run regular AC's in mine and have no complaints.

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