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This is a bit confusing.

headline says 2018.
First line in description says 2018.
First line in details says 2019.

Title says 2021 Pro 2 Champ I believe. Or is it saying it's a 2021?

Title price says $90K
Detail price says $125K.

still nicer than anything bajabrokers puts up
 

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FOR SALE.... Precision Preparation Class 1 and 2 Toyota's !!
 

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Im confused.

If it is truly a 1973 K20. Then it came from the factory with a solid axle in the front. So why say SAS? (Solid Axle Swap)



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Im confused.

If it is truly a 1973 K20. Then it came from the factory with a solid axle in the front. So why say SAS? (Solid Axle Swap)

Maybe they swapped the stock axles? I don’t really know anything about blazers just thinking. And duh, sas makes it sound “custom”
 
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Dana 44 is what came stock in that truck.

I built a 1973 K5 Blazer. Same underpinnings as the k20 in front. Rear was a bit different. Mine had a 12 bolt and the k20 has the 14 bolt.

Yea, everyone has a "custom" build. :rolleyes:
 

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Im confused.

If it is truly a 1973 K20. Then it came from the factory with a solid axle in the front. So why say SAS? (Solid Axle Swap)

Single plane intake on an offroad engine? Meh....
 

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like the Lincoln verslie 9 inch, you would always see pre picked at pick your part for sale at the entrance area,and Not what the normal axle price usually is....dam capitalist...
 
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" custom"= yup, after attending my first desert race i tore out the dash& " fabbed" up a " custom" diamond plate " racing" dash, it added to the value of my stock toyota tacoma for sure😉
 

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Single plane intake on an offroad engine? Meh....
Also what are "rebuilt C's" The "C" is just a chunk of metal on the end of the axle. how do you rebuild that?

Or is he trying to say he replaced the ball joints?

Single plane, I guess he just runs it wide open all the time.
 

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And this ones a little funny.

"Prepped and ready to race the Baja 500"

But it was posted June 9th, several days after the race. :p


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And this ones a little funny.

"Prepped and ready to race the Baja 500"

But it was posted June 9th, several days after the race. :p

That is funny, but I believe they posted that truck earlier in the year. Maybe the add expired and they reposted it without changing the wording
 
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