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    Blazer traditional pix?

    Anyone have any pix? Mainly of the doorway. I did some searching but most the threads are old and the pix aren't there anymore. I want to see the monster 5"+ step, lol. I want to see how bad it is. I'm short, and want to see if angling the plates will help along with cutting the seat brackets.
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    Here's a 5.5" trad bd



    I personally think a SFBD would be better fitting.
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    They actually made that look pretty good. Being as short as I am, I figured it could work. I'm more concerned with the pedals and seat brakets. Did they have any other angles? or any other pix?
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    Here's the other one I found. Its a 6" trad










    Here's more of that first one..


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    Shon Reese's old blazer, 5 3/4" trad bodied






    This one is 4.5" but it didn't say if it was trad or sf. Im going to guess trad since the steering wheel is basically sitting in the seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    This one is 4.5" but it didn't say if it was trad or sf. Im going to guess trad since the steering wheel is basically sitting in the seat.

    I wish I could see where this one sits outside. If it's pinch or what with only a 4.5". I don't know man, it looks like it might be doable. looks like you can make the floor "step" or "curve" downward to clear the pedals some.
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    and just for good measure, here's my favorite first gen...

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I always loved the way that one turned out^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by oxsign View Post
    I wish I could see where this one sits outside. If it's pinch or what with only a 4.5". I don't know man, it looks like it might be doable. looks like you can make the floor "step" or "curve" downward to clear the pedals some.

    Ask and you shall receive, lol
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    Now that doesn't look bad. I don't like the shaved body line & rear gate though.
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    That's to the rockers, not to pinch like you said you wanted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    That's to the rockers, not to pinch like you said you wanted.
    At this point I'll take it to whatever, lol. I just want it to lay flat!!!!!! You know how it is with that bigass frame sticking out from under, lol.
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    unfortunately I know that all too well. But soon I will forget!
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    some of those look roomier due to the not stock dash. My 68 dash gave me tons more leg room over the stock one, just something to consider. From what ive seen people either lowering the floor pan under the seat, or just bolting the seats to the floor with no brackets, a big traditional drop isnt so bad, especially if you arent huge lol

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