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New Project s10 Pickup not blazer any more

Old 02-27-2012, 12:40 AM
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Default New Project s10 Pickup not blazer any more

Well the project is this and looking for some help on what parts i'm going to need. It is a 99 Chevy S10 zr2 ext. having issues with the timing with the motor cant get the cam retard fixed. gonna replace timing chain and gears. This summer however It is going to be a conversion taken place.

I have a 98 Chevy k1500 ext body is beat because of a idiot friend/kid even tho he isn't a kid but still acts like one. destroyed the body motor isn't the newest one on the block still solid sounding. its the 5.0L 305 it is currently mated to a 5 spd. I'm gonna keep that on the shelf and go with the auto that is currently in the s10. after that conversion is completed i will be adding a 6" superlift lift to it. and going to be looking to do custom front and rear bumpers for the truck. and roll cage in the cab and step up the tires a few more sizes. This is going to be my play truck as I dont want to beat on my new truck all the time being the payment is a bit on the hefty side and this s10 is paid for. so if ya know what parts are needed and some place for me to get them itd be greatly appreciated. Ive found some sites but they say not for the zr2
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