Well, since everyone seems to have a build thread to chronical the metamorphasis of their chariot (Pix oh their ride for the low brow crowd) I thought I would get one started too. First off, I bought my Blazer in September 06 for the princely sum of $1250 at auction. It was a former parks police rig with 230K miles, a welded in radio console and no back seat. It also had no back glass or window gear in the back tailgate and had 4 rotten tires. It also had saggy but and a few other problems to address, but since it came from Spokane it had ZERO rust. I mean none at all. So after reshoding with a set of 33/12.5/15s and some decent rims I got the 4X4 bug again and off I go. By the way, my daugter and her boyfriend named the blazer Yeti - big whit northern animal with a bad attitude. Wife just wanted to call it "Big white thing" but got voted down. First major project was installed because I was tired of having to go around jeeps First off, the stock beginning; Bumper off; Here's the Warn Classic bumper I scored for $100 that only needed steel wool and buffing to look like this; And the finished product. Note the ride height here, as I had added 2 inch blocks in back to get rid of the sag; So after getting to this point I went and did some serious wheeling. Score rests at Yeti 5, and the 3 Jeeps, Bronco, and Olds Bravada zero. And yes, someone thought you could wheel a Bravada Discovered the 33's did too much rubbing and flex was kinda cruddy, which leads to the next project.