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Old 06-06-2010, 07:07 PM
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Hi all,
Name is Jay. I live in Northeast Ohio and have been wheelin my 98 4 door for a few years now. Here are the specs. All opinions and advice are appreciated. The rear bumper doesnt sit right because I had to chose between the body lift bracket and the hitch. I chose the hitch for now. Soon I will fabricate or replace the hitch to lift the bumper with the rest of the body.

98 4 door 4x4 Chevy Blazer
148,000 miles
2' body lift
Cranked up torsion bars, Lifter springs in the rear
Power Performance Motorsports Extreme Duty Steering and Ball Joint kit.
'00 S10 ZR2 wheels
BFG all terrain 31x10.5.15s
Superlift +3 high rider shocks
Full size roof mounted spare
Full brush guard with dual 6 inch Hella off road lights
Upgraded grade 8 hitch and tow hook hardware
Mossy Oak Break up camouflage seat covers
Custom Mossy Oak Mossy Break up camouflage headliner, ceiling cluster and visors
Uniden 40 channel cb radio with dual 102’ inch steel whips off the rear bumper
Replaced the sway bar links, fuel pump, battery, intake gaskets, muffler, radiator, all four brake calipers, universal joints twice, hinge pins, rear drive shaft, 6 cv axles, 4 ball joints and 12 wheel bearings.
Smoked out the tails, fogs and turn signals
Ripped off the valence and air dam, chrome polished the bumper.
Pioneer door speakers

Future mods:

Interior:
camouflage and orange the door panels,
remove the carpet, drill drain plug holes in floor boards, spray on bed liner the floor boards,
possibly paint or vinyl the interior plastic
fire extinguisher / first aid kit

Exterior / body:
Mossy Oak Break up vinyl truck wrap
Trimmed fenders, Custom 3’ inch fender flares
Safari basket rack with full sized spare mount, shovel, gas can

Suspension:
Trailmaster 6’ inch suspension lift
or
Add a leafs with major fender trimming

Wheels and Tires:
Black aluminum 12.5x15s with 4 inches of backspacing
35x12.5x15 Super Swamper TSLs

Engine / Tranny:
Chevy 350 with 700R4
 
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Old 06-06-2010, 08:39 PM
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your headliner is AWESOME!
 
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Old 06-07-2010, 04:21 AM
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Thanks Riddle, it's been awhile since I've been on the forum. Had to relearn how to use it yesterday. I did the headliner, visors and ceiling cluster last week. It was real easy and only costed about 60 bucks. I will be finishing with the doors and hatch soon. The top door inserts will be camo. The bottom inserts and rear hatch insert will be Blaze Orange.
 
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I was thinking about redoing my headliner. good to hear its pretty easy and not very expensive
 
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