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Old 12-21-2004, 11:48 PM
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1988 chevy s-10 blazer, and i want to put a 327 in it. comments, good idea bad idea.

i have a 1988 blazer and i want to put a 327 in it because the old engine threw a rod(yes it was a 2.8). my friend came across a 327 and is going to sell it to me for 400 dollers. i wanted to get some feed back from more experienced people on if this a good idea or if it is more trouble than its worth.


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I just did this on a 85 S-10 4x4 truck. There are a lot of variables, like is it an auto or stick, does it have a body lift ( this makes the job much easier) do you want to keep the air? Is this a stock motor? How much experience do you have? I'll be glad to answer any questions I can. The motor mounts and oil pan are expensive on a 4x4. I bought a lot of my parts on ebay and saved $$$.
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