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Old 04-15-2013, 08:27 AM
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i took one from a 2wd blazer with rear discs 11.6" x .787" rotors.
What year do you remember? According to GM that shouldnt exist. But GM has been wrong before.

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What year do you remember? According to GM that shouldnt exist. But GM has been wrong before.

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2000 model, i even got a 33mm front sway bar off it also.
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2000 model, i even got a 33mm front sway bar off it also.
Cool, thanks for teh reply.

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Cool, thanks for teh reply.

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one thing i couldnt figure out is the rearend i got from the 2wd blazer is the same width as any other 2wd. but is offset 1 1/2 inch over to the drivers side. i would have to relocate the perch's 3/4 inch over to fix it.
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I have been told the Blazer is narrower but not sure if it is true.

Are you using the original carrier? If so then you need to find 26 spline axles from an 88-89 or older. I did this same conversion into a 77 last summer. Use the S10 drums and have 1/4"-3/8" taken off the brake surface inner edge to clear your stock backing plates. I changed the carrier to 28 spline due to the axles were alot beefier than the 26. If you are running a posi with any type of HP, then those 26 spline axles will be short for the world.

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