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wow this list saved me a lot of time searching for good sites
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What catalog is the correct one at LMCTRUCK for the Blazer LT?
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theres only one choice of catalog for s-series vehicles so it shouldnt be a hard choice.
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http://www.stylintrucks.com/ has some stuffs
also don't forget our sponsors, http://www.hidextra.com/
oh and http://www.synergyoffroad.com/
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theres only one choice of catalog for s-series vehicles so it shouldnt be a hard choice.
Sorry, didn't know that this truck was in the s-series.
In norway they are only sold as Chevrolet Blazer LT, S-series never get mentioned!
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Great list!
I just got a new job with a pretty hefty raise , so I'm going to start looking at accessorizing my truck.
I'll be looking at getting a bull bar, and possibly nerf bars. I'm gonig to go the cheap route as far as roof lights go and pull a kiwi with the wal-mart lights and bolt them to my roof rack.
Just out of curiosity, has anyone ever bought from AnythingAuto? I'm looking at this bull bar because it's a good price, and if I wanted to I can add the brush guards after the fact. What do you think?


And out of curiosity, has anyone found a good Canadian accessory site?...AnythingAuto doesn't ship for free to Canada, so I'm guessing it will cost me an arm and a leg for shipping from there.

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Does anyone know of a good site in order to find a roof for a 1983 k5 blazer? Mine has holes from rust and looking to replace. Thanks!!!
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I don't even see these on LMCTrucks.com (one of the links above) and they carry the most comprehensive listings of parts for Blazers (and many other vehicles). You'll likely need to find a donor vehicle or hand fabricate the patch panels.
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Cool 1990 Chevy S10 ROOF

Hi,
I'm doing over my 1990 Chevy S10 Blazer (2 door). I need a new roof panel. Seems GM owns two of them, one being banged up and the other
in North Dakota. My cost is almost $600.00 for a $250.00 panel.

Does anybody know if there's an aftermarket company making these panels? Junk yard is not an option!

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