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67Truckin

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About 67Truckin

  • Rank
    Gray Beard
  • Birthday 11/20/1960

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Central Illinois
  • Interests
    Hotrods, monster trucks, tractor pulling, Street Outlaws, ATV's and basically anything with an engine.

Previous Fields

  • Name:
    John
  • Country
    United States
  • State or Providence:
    Illinois
  • ZR2 Year:
    1994
  • ZR2 Color:
    Red
  • ZR2 Model:
    Chevy S10
  1. which helper springs

    The Roadmaster installation is no different than doing an ad-a-leaf. Here is the Chevy part number for the long ad-a-leaf. I prefer the long spring to the short one for better ride quality. I got 1.5" of lift after installation and more load capacity. Superlift Suspension 2330 - Superlift Add-A-Leaf Kits long spring Superlift Suspension 2305 - Superlift Add-A-Leaf Kits short spring
  2. which helper springs

    I just looked at their website and all S-10 trucks take the same part number whether 2wd or 4x4. Looks like the one I have is an older model since the front of it mounts under the axle pad above the leaf springs.
  3. which helper springs

    They lay on top of the leaf springs on the back half. I don't know what model no. Is it marked or stamped somewhere that you know of? I took them off a 2wd S-10 truck. The panhard bar is behind the rear axle so it should be completely out of the way.
  4. which helper springs

    I put in a Rancho long ad-a-leaf using my original U-bolts. I also have a RoadMaster Active Suspension Systems load helper if you are looking to buy one. I would sell it for $100 plus shipping. Its been laying around for awhile but I have never used it on my trucks. Not rusted at all but is very dusty. Let me know if you are interested. John
  5. New Member From South East Alaska

    Welcome aboard! Post up some pics when you can. I bet the outdoor scenery is beautiful up there.
  6. How’s it going everyone?

    Welcome aboard! Looks like you have a little helper ready to go. Teach them young!
  7. Hey all

    Welcome aboard! Be sure to post up some pics if you get the truck.
  8. My factory keyless remote quit working suddenly

    Is that the panel that goes across under the steering column and has the foam on it? Is there a option code on the glovebox door that I can check to see if this 2004 Blazer even has the remote control? I can't believe a 28,000 dollar S-10 Blazer would have been ordered without remote locks.
  9. My factory keyless remote quit working suddenly

    I've heard the remote module is below the steering column and is a box about 3x3 or so. I can't find the one on my daughter's blazer though.
  10. New member Southern Illinois

    Welcome aboard! I'm a little further north in the Springfield, IL area.
  11. Found my cap off

    Nah, just top it off and secure the cap on it. You should be fine.
  12. New guy from Los Angeles.

    Welcome aboard! Props for starting with pics too. I bought my daughter a 2004 S-10 Blazer 4x4 for her first car also. Wish I could have found her a ZR2 one but it will work okay. You found a very nice one.
  13. Engine go boom

    Does this truck have an automatic transmission? If so, don't forget to remove the three torque convertor bolts from the flywheel and push the convertor back into the tranny. The oil cooler lines can stay attached to the engine if its easier. There is a brace that runs down from the motor mount to the bell housing that can be reached over the frame rail on the driver's side. It might run thru the oil cooler lines. Keep in mind most of what I am describing to you is from a '94 ZR2 std cab pickup that my son owns so there may be some variables different from your year truck. Over the years I have owned S-10 trucks from 1983 thru 2004 so the specific details can get kinda blurry in my mind.
  14. Engine go boom

    If you need to remove the exhaust Y-pipe, cut it somewhere that can be sleeved or welded back together easily. The job looks intimidating but it's really not that bad to do. Post up if you need anymore help.
  15. Engine go boom

    I would just move the air conditioiner compressor towards the front and tie it with wire. That way you don't have to drain the freon. The lower wiring harness can just lay in the engine bay. I take the alternator wiring and top engine harness to the passenger side. The other wiring harness I just layed back to the driver's side window. You may need to lift the back of the transmission tiping the engine forward to get the bellhousing bolts out on top of the engine.
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