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    Originally posted by mpeace
    man have you seen the light yet and see that it will work?man for you to be a GM Tech you should know whats what on a gm cars and trucks.
    I think you should change your little quote that you have in your sig "if you cant do your own custom work yourself then sell your ride" I think you should sell your ride bud. I would like to see if you can take out your tranny and your transfer case, lets see if you can do it if you are so smart.

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    Anyone have pics of a 2wd tranny in a 4wd s10 blazer, i would love to see them.
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    I wouldnt doubt he could, its not that hard, and i think he does his own work.


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    Let's be honest, taking a tranny out, and putting another tranny in, is not that difficult. Nor is cutting the crossmember or unbolting it and removing it.



    Here's my question. If they put the carrier bearing on s-10's with the extended cab, why not the 4door blazers?

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    Originally posted by slammed_jimmy
    I think you should change your little quote that you have in your sig "if you cant do your own custom work yourself then sell your ride" I think you should sell your ride bud. I would like to see if you can take out your tranny and your transfer case, lets see if you can do it if you are so smart.

    ok smartass I have already pulled the tranny and the transfer case out off my bravada.I am going to pull the motor as soon as it warms up and stays warm and put a 305w/a turbo 350 trans in it.Just wait and see let me show you how it is done,then you will know next time mister GM Tech.
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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    Originally posted by Superbee
    I wouldnt doubt he could, its not that hard, and i think he does his own work.

    You are right I do all my own work.


    No paying a GM Tech like this guy to do it.:nono:
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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    mpeace,

    I'm guessing you've ruled out making it an awd v8 bravada?... Because that would be freaking awesome.

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    Originally posted by otter

    mpeace,

    I'm guessing you've ruled out making it an awd v8 bravada?... Because that would be freaking awesome.

    Yeah man my transfer case was bad anyways so it will be just a 2wd.
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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    Thanks for all the input guys, just picked up my new turbo 400 tranny with shift kit today, excited to pop it in then all of this lowering dilemma begins with the front end. Back end should be easy but pulling apart the front will be interesting. I'll take pix for any nubes like me that could use them, lol.

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    good luck man!it's not that hard.:bigthumb:
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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    I orginally had a 4x4, removed the 4x4 drivetrain stuff, and kept the suspension in tact with a 3/3 lowering. Picked up a 2wd driveshaft and modified the transmission crossmember.

    Frame is bent and is getting worse, now Im taking the opportunity to make it a true 2WD!
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    1994 S10 Longbed - LB4/NV3500, 2.73s

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    have you done this yet?I wanna see pics when it's done.
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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    Originally posted by mpeace
    have you done this yet?I wanna see pics when it's done.
    who are you reffering to?
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    1994 S10 Longbed - LB4/NV3500, 2.73s

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    I was talking to thechopper69
    If you can't do your custom work yourself then sell your ride.

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