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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-31-2001, 12:55 PM
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update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

why not, if a centered rear will work fine may as well go wider too. it'll never flip again. yeah right. at least i still got a zooki steering wheel and column.

p.s. anyone wanna buy some stock axles??????? $200 for the pair (complete lockout to lockout & brake to brake)or trade for stuff. they are box stock and work fine.and dual rear brake lines , small flange.

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Re: update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

I have some blazer axles sitting in the back yard if anyone wants them. I got them for about $50 and thought I could sale them for more! I put them under the zuk and they are WIDE as hell! Would be fine for off-road, but for street, it would suck! Just my .02

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Re: update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

i'm offroad only anyway. coool.

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Re: update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

Hey, I might be interested. Where are you located and how much do you want? You can reply to me directly at [email protected].

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Re: update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

psf4x4 and i saw a sami with blazer axles under it in tn last year. he had 33x12.5 swampers and it was pretty cool. the front was way too wide in my opinion (chevy fronts are 69" wide and the rear ar 67" wide) but i didn't think the back was too bad. the key here will be you won't want 15" wide tires. i'd say a 12.50 will be as wide as you want to go and on a 8" rim. this will help keep the overall width down.

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Re: update, blazer axles now not waggy\'s

im interested to in the axles how much and where are you located??

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