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Old 02-18-2018, 10:40 AM   #76
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Today’s project will involve some soldering, thanks to a PO’s attempt at repairing some other PO’s trailer wiring hack:
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:05 AM   #77
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Strange, yes. I’ve only seen the other type you speak of, too. I still think this was a GM add-on, based on the fasteners, brackets, hoses and cover used, as well as the overall cleanliness and well engineered approach of the install. Maybe an early version before they refined the design?
According to some quick research, there are 1970 Blazer specific part numbers for E.E.C. piping. I guess it was factory after all.
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Old 02-18-2018, 12:03 PM   #78
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According to some quick research, there are 1970 Blazer specific part numbers for E.E.C. piping. I guess it was factory after all.
Hey, would ya look at that. They’re a genuine artifact. I’ll be sure and properly file the tubing away for historical preservation...
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Fixed. Little bit of harness tape and she’s all set
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Lights all working as they should. Soon, she won’t be equipped for this kind of weather
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Old 02-19-2018, 04:52 PM   #81
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Well, that escalated quickly...
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YES, it did!
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Noiceeee!!
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Cool build...tagging along for the rest.
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"Well, that escalated quickly... "

yep....VERY quickly..nice looking roundy rounds
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Nice like looking wheels going to look great on the blazer.
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yep....VERY quickly..nice looking roundy rounds
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I’ve been drooling over them since you put them on your previous project. Glad to finally have set of my own
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Nice wheels. I wouldn't mind a set of those on my son's truck. My wife would kill me if I was spending money on two project trucks at the same time...LOL
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Nice wheels. I wouldn't mind a set of those on my son's truck. My wife would kill me if I was spending money on two project trucks at the same time...LOL
They’re a great deal at less than $900 for the set; I’m pretty impressed with the quality considering.

Thankfully, the Blazer is for her, with plenty of input from her on design. I think you guys will like her style, stay tuned
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They’re a great deal at less than $900 for the set; I’m pretty impressed with the quality considering.
What size and backspacing did you get stuck with when you bought the 1-piece wheels?
From what I remember the fronts don't have enough backspacing and the rears have too much for the narrow 67-69 housing.
20x8 with 4.5" BS and 20x10 with 5.75" BS sound right?
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That is correct.

The fronts are equal to a 5” BS on an 8.5” wheel, which is pretty close to perfect, maybe could use another 1/4”. CPP claims an additional 7/16” narrow on their spindles; we’ll see how it goes.

Rears are too much BS for an early rear, but should work with the late, wide rear. Optimal BS would be 5.5”, so 5.75” may cause inner fender rubbing at low ride heights. I’ll be running a 275/40 as opposed to the usual 295, which should afford a bit more clearance. Worst case, I install longer studs and run a 1/4” spacer, though I don’t think it will be an issue. Guess we’ll see on this one, too
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Tires (and some other stuff) arrived. The pile is getting bigger...
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Just when I was getting excited to see the truck on the ground ya gone and started another...... 🤦*♂️

Can't wait to see this one.

Where'd you orde the TTII's from?
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Just when I was getting excited to see the truck on the ground ya gone and started another...... 🤦*♂️

Can't wait to see this one.

Where'd you orde the TTII's from?
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Tires on wheels. Little bit of front/rear rubber rake will look nice...
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Ok, you bought the Blazer like, what, 3 weeks ago? And you are about to pass me up already.
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Blazers have that affect on some people!
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Very cool! I thought the same thing when I saw the flurry of parts and progress. Man - this thing will be on the roads this summer!
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Ok, you bought the Blazer like, what, 3 weeks ago? And you are about to pass me up already.
Nah, yours is on a whole ‘nother level. Would be cool to cruise this on HRPT, though...
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