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Old 02-19-2009, 12:10 PM
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1990 k5 blazer i need help plz

ok i have 3 things to ask one is where can i get a after market steering column or what years i could get that would work in the blazer, with or with out tilt mine is loseing up and i dont want to go threw all the bull to fix it lol and the outher is i just put a new fort end on it and when i hooked up my head lights up oley the low beams worked and i tryed putting new light in and everything and have no idea what is wrong thanks for your time and what bigest tire i can put on a stock k5 i want to put 33x12.50x15 will that work with out rubbing ???????????????????

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I have no idea what a "fater market" steering column is. You may have created a short in the headlight wiring when you replaced your fort end. The largest tires I can get under my '88 K5 that won't rub without lifting blocks is Goodrich 32's. They look good and your 700R4 tranny will thank you for not going bigger.
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It finally hit me that "fater market" was a typo and that you really meant "after market". My mistake, but it was an honest one. I recently purchased an Ididit brand steering column for my project and am very pleased with the quality and the people. Look them up on the web. I've also heard good things about Flaming River.
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