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Thread: gas lines and a bolt in notch???

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    5.7L VORTEC 350 blazin4low's Avatar
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    looks good
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazin4low View Post
    looks good
    thanx.i'll tell you what i need to start working on this blazer more because I'm losing interest with it real fast and when that happen's they tend to go away.

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    5.7L VORTEC 350 blazin4low's Avatar
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    I have my daughter for a "I can't work on it" excuse.......hell it took me a year to get the parts and build the rear disc axle, and almost two years after it was built to install it.

    it takes time, just don't give up and sell it.......at least until you finish it.
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    well i figured out on my samurai that i love to fab stuff like bumpers,sliders,suspension parts,mounts you know things like that.and well with this project i want to keep it stockish if you will.I want to do a v8,paint,hood there is not much fab work involved and i have a motto if i can buy it for a good price then i wont build it lol.
    dont get me wrong i love the blazer and every time i look at it I think sweeeet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    looks great, you will be much happier with a notch, no matter how much of a pain it was to install.
    True that. One of the better things I've done to this truck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevew007 View Post
    well i said screw it and dropped the front the other inch today.looks so much better but now i need to get a longer screw for my center caps. cant wait to get it aligned and start driving it again to see how it rides.
    Don't get too carried away lowering the front, it will settle some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagonmaster View Post
    True that. One of the better things I've done to this truck.



    Don't get too carried away lowering the front, it will settle some.
    it still sits a little higher then the rear but looks good as soon as i drive it a far amount i'll check it.but as it is I might drive it 20 miles a week if im lucky.

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