New guy with a 94 2 door

Discussion in 'Introduction' started by 85lsxMCSS, Jul 9, 2018 at 6:04 PM.

  1. 85lsxMCSS

    85lsxMCSS TYF Newbie

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    Hey fellas just signed up .I recently bought a 94 2 door blazer and I've always wanted one . Working out some Kinks now with replacing full set of brake lines and fuel lines .

    Have a few questions as I have been lurking in the NBS master swap along with the 1 ton caliper/rotor swap. I plan to lift it on 35s and be able to tow my car with it .So I'm interested in the brakes to be much better and over the counter if needed .

    AnwaysA check out my other threads once I get a idea how to post up pictures of my blazer and my car off my phone his Photobucket
     
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    Miami-Dade Super Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Welcome from Miami Beach Justin!! I always loved the look of the 2 door Blazer!!
     
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    TARDIS TYF Newbie

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    NBS swap is pretty cool, especially if you won't have to deal with rear drums. But I just re lined and the brakes, put in a new booster, plus rotors to pads (front) shoes to pistons (rear).
    SHe's stopping HARD and CORRECT now. It also cost me half of an NBS system.
    Just a thought to consider.
     

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