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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2001, 06:36 PM
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I'm looking for a 2-4inch lift kit for a '96 chevy blazer fullsize 4x4 if you know of any let me know please.I have the 4.3l v6 vortex motor I'm want to put true dull exhaust and remove the cats I need to know were to put the two o2 sensors. If you know what to do with the sensors let me know please.

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A 1996 Blazer with a 4.3L V6 engine is not a fullsize, it's a small truck. Ask on the GM Small Truck forum, the other GM forum than this one. That's the GM small truck place. They can help you better than us.

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the two door blazer is the small truck the four door is the full size I have the four but i will check with the other BB thx

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Sorry man AJM is right, the 2 and 4 doors are both s-series trucks.

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<font face="Comic Sans MS">I thought the 4.3L were still the base model engines for the fullsize trucks too? Oh well I suppose...</font>

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the full size 1500 (K5) blazers didn't come with 4.3l v6s....only 350s and diesels. and i'm thinking diesels didn't roll off the line past the '95 models....and i'm also wondering the last year for the 2 dr full size blazer - as i know the 2dr tahoes and yukons were produced up to and including '99.

S10 blazers come with a 2dr or 4dr....they are a small/midsize SUV.


as for lift kits, look at skyjacker, maybe BDS or RCD

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Chevy dumped the Blazer name plate on the full size SUV after the 95 model year. But you arte correct the 4.3 did not come in the full size SUV`s only in the runts and in pickups.

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So we s-truck guys are called "runts" now, what is that about.

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Re: lift kits

The Blazers you refer to are the smaller ones, based on the S10/S15 series trucks. I own a 1992 Blazer, which after 1995 was known as the Tahoe. My truck weighs close to 5,000lbs, and the 4 door Tahoes weigh more than 5,000lbs. These trucks use the same frame and body parts as the Suburban and K1500/2500/3500 1/2, 3/4, and 1 ton pickup trucks. Sorry, but these trucks are fullsizes.

Sandman, the 1/2 ton and bigger "SUV's"[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] never got any engines smaller than the 350 from 92 and up. The 4.3L is available in the pickups, but not the "SUV's"[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/mad.gif[/img] (I hate that term).

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