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Old 02-03-2018, 10:30 AM   #1
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While searching the local classifieds for a 67 Mustang fastback or 69 Camaro project for my wife, I stumbled upon this 70 Blazer. Really, I wasn’t looking for another truck, I promise. I have enough going on with my 1970 pickup: How To: Ruin a Perfectly Good C10, but the price was right, so I grabbed it without a real plan of what I wanted to do with it.

The 45 minute drive home revealed what I already knew: it needs a little TLC, and it rides like crap. What to do?

Below is a picture from the classified ad and one from my first fill-up on the way home:
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:44 AM   #2
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I got it home with no issues, and promptly started tearing into it to see what Iím working with. Itís very solid underneath, with some minor rust issues peeking through a 10 year old, pretty well done repaint which was done in a F*rd color, medium wedgewood metallic blue. The real rust is in the upper windshield frame, as it had been sitting outside for a while. Overall, a pretty solid running/driving truck that just needs some loviní to get it right
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:56 AM   #3
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I kept thinking about what I wanted to do with this old thing and remembered I had seen a new product on the market from Politeís Deadend Garage out of Biloxi, MS. Pretty slick pieces that take care of upper spring mounting, c-notch, crossmember, panhard, and shock mounting.

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These are excellent pictures! They really show how their set up works, thanks!

Looking forward to see the shots of the front suspension 4x4 to 2 wheel.

EDIT: Just saw those were borrowed pics ... I totally missed those when I was trying to get better shots of how their stuff worked.
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While I was pondering the conversion, I decided to put together this dirty photo-hack of what it might look like as a 2-wheeler. I was instantly sold. This thread will now serve as a 4wd to 2wd Blazer conversion walk-through, using stock or stock-like parts. There are a few conversions here on the board, including my own previous endeavors, that leave many questions unanswered. I hope to remedy that as we proceed here.

The order has been placed with DEG, so look for updates as the sparks begin to fly
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These are excellent pictures! They really show how their set up works, thanks!

Looking forward to see the shots of the front suspension 4x4 to 2 wheel.

EDIT: Just saw those were borrowed pics ... I totally missed those when I was trying to get better shots of how their stuff worked.
Check out K5 swamp thing on instagram for some pics of a rolling chassis using these parts: http://www.imgrum.org/user/k_5wampthing/4217446393
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I’m in for this one too... but don’t give up on the truck!
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Ok - in for this one. I have a 71 4wd blazer running/driving project in the garage right now that I may go this route on... haven't decided what I want to do with it yet. This thread may change that though. You going to keep it 6 lug or swap it all to 5 lug as part of the process?
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Whatís the cost on the rear notch kit? Iíve got a project in mind these would work nicely on

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Maybe this will give me motivation to finish my 4x4 to 2x4 Porterbuilt C4 swap.
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Ok - in for this one. I have a 71 4wd blazer running/driving project in the garage right now that I may go this route on... haven't decided what I want to do with it yet. This thread may change that though. You going to keep it 6 lug or swap it all to 5 lug as part of the process?
Plan is for 5 lug, so I can do the torq thrusts. Any 12-bolt or 10-bolt axle from 71-87 will slide right in and are readily available cheap. Even new replacement axles are relatively inexpensive. I have pondered using the 6-lug conversion discs and 15Ē wheel vintiques steelies with dog dishes, but the 20Ē TTs just look so good...
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Jason at DEG was great to talk to, answered all of my questions and then some, sent me a bunch of pics, and offered free shipping. Satisfied customer so far.
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Looking forward to this conversion. Really like the rendering you made and it just leads me back to the Torq Thrust for my own k5. Classic styling.
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Check out K5 swamp thing on instagram for some pics of a rolling chassis using these parts: http://www.imgrum.org/user/k_5wampthing/4217446393
Thanks for the link. Im not an Instagram user so I don't see this kind of stuff. I have no idea what size tire and wheel that guy is using but I like the fact that he has some decent sidewall.

Ill keep watching your build here. You do great work
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Cool!!! I've hopped on the train, too!
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Really like the rendering you made and it just leads me back to the Torq Thrust for my own k5. Classic styling.
I know, right? I'm liking those TTII's... Hmmmm...
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Looking forward to this conversion. Really like the rendering you made and it just leads me back to the Torq Thrust for my own k5. Classic styling.
Couldnít agree more. I see other styles I like, but nothing ever competes with the TTs. I even did a version of the chop with Ramblers, which I like a lot, but they just looked like a platinum, diamond-crusted grill. I immediately deleted it and set the above as the plan of action
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Thanks for the link. Im not an Instagram user so I don't see this kind of stuff. I have no idea what size tire and wheel that guy is using but I like the fact that he has some decent sidewall.

Ill keep watching your build here. You do great work
Thanks! His wheels are 17Ē Coys c-55 with 255/50 and 275/50. Proven tire combo that looks and fits right on these trucks. Iíve just gotten so used to the 20s that anything else looks wrong to me now...
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Should be an interesting swap. Although, you are not going this direction, I always wanted to see if I could do a swing arm suspension with coil overs on a 4x4. Maybe I'll get some ideas as you progress
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:21 PM   #23
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Should be an interesting swap. Although, you are not going this direction, I always wanted to see if I could do a swing arm suspension with coil overs on a 4x4. Maybe I'll get some ideas as you progress
Porterbuilt has a bolt-in coilover conversion; not in my budget right now. I think you could also make the NoLimit or RideTech parts work. Either way, trailing arm crossmember and notch placement should be similar/same.
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Awesome, Im excited to see this come together, I kind of want to do a blazer myself sometime.
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Your going to be using very nice product. Mine coming out good.
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