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08-15-2012 10:58 AM
GMCBEAST Not sure of wheelbase of the two, but it might be easier swapping the Sonoma body to the Jimmy frame. You may get lucky, I know on the older fullsize trucks it's the way to go. Hardly any modifications needed.. Hope this helps.
07-30-2012 06:32 PM
bigdog7373 It wont be bolt in. 2wd and 4wd trucks have a bunch of different parts. Steering, suspension, even the exhaust. Just about everything in the front will have to be converted. Very very time consuming.
Another option would be to put a straight axle under it, which is what i would do. Much less work than ifs.
07-27-2012 09:31 PM
jman94
4x2 to 4x4 conversion

I just bought a 92 sonoma 4x2 because my 98jimmy 4x4 is falling apart. I was told that the 4x4 components would bolt in because th sonoma has a 4x4 blazers rear end. Is this true or would it cost a fortune? I'm confused some say yes and some say no

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