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04XtremeBowTie’s 2004 Chevrolet Blazer

'Bagged Blazer

  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    200
  • 0-60 Time
    N/A
  • Weight
    -1
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Tires Kumho Tires

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Chassis & Suspension Belltech Inc. Springs

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Chassis & Suspension Monroe Shocks

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Air & Fuel Delivery MAC Performance Intake

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Ignitions & Electrical MSD Ignition

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Gauges & Accessories Auto Meter Gauges

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Exterior & Accessories Cervini's Auto Designs Body Kit

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Mobile Electronics Anzo USA Lighting

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Exhaust Flowmaster Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

  • Brake Systems Power Slot Brakes

    Date Installed
    Dec. 17, 2006

    Installed 12/17/2006

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  • BobbysChevy
    you lucked out with not needing an impact gun. someone else told me that too about the bumper and the hitch are 1 "piece" keep me posted on how everything else goes. laters
  • localboyz
    it bolts across the top "zip screw" you have to remove the tail gate and then just on the end caps
  • localboyz
    hey man the hitch and bumper on yours is all together just take them all off then you have to cut about 3"-4" off the end of the frame "the stock bumper will still bolt up later down the road if you sell or what ever" then the end cap's have to be bolted together to the center piece i used zip screw to get in place then i used pop rivets later down the road i am going to fuse it together with some good old 3m two part glue i hope that helps later Kevin
  • BobbysChevy
    cool. good luck with getting the hitch off. i hope you have an impact gun. let me know when you get thoe pics. that roll pan is going to look tight. peace
  • BobbysChevy
    what kind of gauges do you have? air/fuel and what else? are they made by autometer? i ment pics of the exhaust system. let me know thanks
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