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Old 01-20-2012, 04:30 PM
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tonight I had a small accident with my blazer and my dads s10 pickup

I sorta hit some ice and slid into him NO Harsh damage but i did dent his bumper with my brush guard

I was going to remove the bumper to knock the dent out but

I only see 3 bolts 2 on the brackets and 1 on a bar on each side

is that all thats holding it ?

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if it
s on a 2nd gen. then there are also bolts back behind the bumper on the very front of the fromt rails. couldnt tell you how to get to them without looking at them though.
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:18 PM
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It got sorta dark and yes its a 2nd gen

I saw 2 on the bottom on the frame and 1 on each reinforcement bar

thats all i saw

I just wanted to make sure cause imma remove it tomorrow and its gonna suck with the snow we going to get tonight

I got so aggravated i just went inside once the sun went down
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There should be two on top of the frame rails too.
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:50 PM
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alrighty thanks so its 4 bolts on each side
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Old 01-20-2012, 07:06 PM
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I had 1 bolt in each wheel well.. tough to get to but possible.
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they are not hard to get off as long as you have a good pull handle and they are not to rusted on
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1998 regular cab 5 speed 4.3liter
3.73 gears and a factory limited slip out of a g80 code blazer
pewter colored
3 inch body lift 2 inch tbar crank and shackles
harbor freight 6 inch offroad lights on the front
gutted cat, modified flowmaster
31/11.5/15 all terrains for now, gonna put 33s on it
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:04 PM
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yea I just got in

I was just planing ahead and I think i could have it out in 15 20 mins

Imma remove the grill to prevent headaches
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sounds good
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3 inch body lift 2 inch tbar crank and shackles
harbor freight 6 inch offroad lights on the front
gutted cat, modified flowmaster
31/11.5/15 all terrains for now, gonna put 33s on it
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yup, gotta pull the grill, youll see 2 torx which are T50s on top, then you need about a 6 inch extension to get the two lowers, and then the two side supports to the frame
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