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    Under Construction 98low4x4blazer's Avatar
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    2nd gen 4dr traditional body drop pics

    I am looking for pics of 2nd gen 4drs w/ traditional body drops. I want to get an idea of what interior looks like after the bd. mainly the loss of head room. I am debating weather to traditional body drop it and keep it kinda old school or build a new frame, fire wall back, and all new floor. help me make up my mind.
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    Senior Member HaVoC's Avatar
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    isn't orangesonoma's blazer traditional'd? id ask him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HaVoC View Post
    isn't orangesonoma's blazer traditional'd? id ask him.
    nope his is stockfloored
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    Last edited by blazin2000; 03-29-2011 at 10:45 AM.

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    Damn. I tried... :(
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    Originally posted by lowblazin94
    Plus they can't arrest you or get a DUI while you have a boner.

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    Well honestly I prefer Stock-Floored trucks cuz I am tall and I like the extra headroom. But a good friend of my ryan(some might know from S-10 forum(blackesdime) He Tradition body dropped his ex-cab 99' S-10 and I sat-in it and there is MORE then enough head room. He used Angled plates and still kept his stock carpet. Soo either way you go Its not that big of A deal. I would recommend De-Humping the frame if you decide to tradition BD it. That will save you atleast an Inch and a Half. But in order to do so you need to build a fuel cell either to replace your stock tank and raise it, or To go in back behind the rear axel. You can also use a 2 door gas tank.

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    dont worry man my frame has been trimed for a while and i custom built a stainless tank. check out my project thread on here sometime
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