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Old 02-21-2019, 02:23 PM
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Hey everyone. I have a 2000 Blazer LT 2wd 4 door. I am wanting to add a body kit similar to the blazer/s-10 extreme. Unfortunately all the ones I see only have bumper cover. I dont like that look. Does anyone know if the actual extreme front lip will fit my bumper, aftermarket or otherwise? Here's what my bumper looks like. Thanks in advance.
 
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The front lip won't fit that bumper, at least I'm almost sure. I used to have the same bumper as you, now I have the s10 bumper, which also fits the extreme lip mold. They are metal/steel part of the bumpers are shaped differently, yours also has holes across the front for the plastic mold, where as the s10/extreme have them along the bottom of it.

now, I'm sure you can retro fit one onto your current bumper, if your willing to cut and fiberglass repair...
 
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Check this site out, they have body kits for 2 and 4 doors. I would've went this way if I lowered it... but I went up instead lol

https://www.andysautosport.com/body_kits/chevrolet_blazer.html
 
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Thanks for your reply. That's a little more work than I know how to do. Lol I thought about buying the extreme bumper and lip, but that would cost more than half of the kit. Lol And I've looked at that kit. That was the bumper cover I was referring too. But I may just go that way anyway. Might be a better idea. Lol Do you know, by any chance, if the side molding just sticks on or if the doors have holes for the molding like the bumper?
 
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I believe the front bumper molding is just riveted onto the bumper. The sides for the doors and flares are bolted around some of the edges, but I think there is double sided tape in there as well.
I saw an Xtreme blazer at the junk yard last year. I ended up taking the headlights, signals, and some other odds and ends. If it would have been red, I would have taken the front bumper, too.
 
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I believe the front bumper molding is just riveted onto the bumper. The sides for the doors and flares are bolted around some of the edges, but I think there is double sided tape in there as well.
I saw an Xtreme blazer at the junk yard last year. I ended up taking the headlights, signals, and some other odds and ends. If it would have been red, I would have taken the front bumper, too.
I bet. Lol I was hoping the molding on the doors were just stuck on. I wanna take em off and didn't want holes left in the doors. Lol I dont have the molding on the rear spats (as they call it with the body kits). Lol Idk what they're actually called. After looking into it some more, I'm actually considering buying a new extreme bumper and front lip. Maybe. Lol And then just buy the rest of the kit separately. Idk.
 
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I think the door pieces would either be bolted, rivets, or double sided tape. Not sure about the bumper covers, but I would go that way, or try your luck at the wreckers... hard to come across tho, people usually sell them if they are in good shape... good money in extreme body kits lol
 
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I realize now I spelled that wrong. It's xtreme. Lol I feel so stupid now and I've had 3 s series trucks. Lol
 
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I think the door pieces would either be bolted, rivets, or double sided tape. Not sure about the bumper covers, but I would go that way, or try your luck at the wreckers... hard to come across tho, people usually sell them if they are in good shape... good money in extreme body kits lol

If the blazer kit would fit, I'd find one. But the 4 door side skirts are longer. Lol I orginally wanted an extreme S-10 ,but needed more room. And I didn't want the 2 door because getting to the back seat is too aggravating. So, you see where I'm at with this. Lol I've probably got 10 grand in it already with all of the work I've done including the 3200 i paid for it. Lol 😂
 
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Not sure if you are on it already, but there are a few Facebook S-Series groups. There is a guy who is modding his 4 door into an Xtreme.... Lowered, he's got corvette wheels on it. Pretty dope so far.
 

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