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11-12-2011 06:45 AM
89 S-10 project.

I have a 89 s10, short wheel base, single cab. I lowered it by using 2 inch coils, 2 inch springs, 4 inch blocks, 1 pulled spring. I have incorporated a blazer fuel tank and ditched the stock tank. I have also relocated my battery to behind the passenger seat. The interior consists of a dash, door panels, 96 Sonoma bench seat, floor shifter, no carpet, no audio, no heat, no ac truck bed liner interior. In the front, I have a 93 grill with clear corners and bumpers. under the hood, sits a 1 year old 350 SBC .060 over, alum. heads, eddy air gap intake, with a eddy carb and filter. Deleted air and heat equipment. Corvette radiator mounted in the forward position. I recently chopped off the rear bump stop brackets and man, what a ride.

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