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Old 04-13-2012, 02:03 PM
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Good day blazer enthusiest,
I am wondering what a 2nd gen blazer would look like without a valence and with a guard.
I have a frame mounted manik brush guard,1997 blazer 4door 4wd.
Does anyone haber any pics of this?
 
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Originally Posted by ferguson7665 View Post
Good day blazer enthusiest,
I am wondering what a 2nd gen blazer would look like without a valence and with a guard.
I have a frame mounted manik brush guard,1997 blazer 4door 4wd.
Does anyone haber any pics of this?
Yeah, give me 1 sec and I'll edit this post.

Edit: Litterbug has a brush guard with the valence removed. Mind you his isn't frame mounted like mine or yours, but this is the closest thing I can find.



Goto his garage for more pics. Garage
 

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Old 04-13-2012, 04:24 PM
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Here is mine and the GF from a couple years ago.
 
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well I got down and got my brush guard put on and took off my valence while I was at it.
What does everyone think
 
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i think they are all sideways.
like the brush guard though.
 
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Old 04-15-2012, 07:11 PM
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Like it, Valances just get broken anyway
 
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Old 04-15-2012, 10:01 PM
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Lol yeah idk how to make them upright.
The brush guard if the one that was in the for free section ok here
 
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Just slap 20 feet of chain on there for a new valence.

 
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Windows Live Photo Gallery. Flip the pic & close - it saves it. It saves our necks lol.
 
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not to go off on a tangent or off topic, but isint there a blazerforum rule
that states: and pics of GF, Wifes, or significant others must be large enough to see, and in a bathing suit, i thought i read that somewhere in the rules.......
 

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