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Old November 8th, 2006, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default 97 Blazer/S10 Frankenstein

I have a wrecked blazer, and i was thinking about taking a cab off an S10, and putting it on. And then making a shortened bed. I have a 97 4 dr 4x4, and was wondering if anyone has a picture of something similiar done. Also, how much would i have to modify mounts to get the cab to line up.

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The Front cab mount and rad support mounts are going to be right on. The question will be the rear one. Maybe someone around here has a second gen single cab S10 that they can measure for you. You'd need center to center on the front to rear cab mounts.
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1st or 2nd gen s10 cab
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