Blazer spindles

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Mar 15, 2021
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With 6 stud wheels sounds like you're looking at the Trailblazer GMT 360 vehicle platform. Spindle swap prob will not work.
 
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Streetbu

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This is the body style you're looking for, but make SURE it's 2wd, not 4wd! Also, it doesn't have to be a 2dr, but must be 2wd.

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oldsmobile joe

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Like the others have stated, 2wd s10 blazer. '98 to '05
Trail blazers started in '02 and are 6 lug.
 
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Shorty 504

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if any one in the Houston area with blazer spindals let me know i will be in Houston this week end need spindals and calipers
 

JAMCAR223

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if any one in the Houston area with blazer spindals let me know i will be in Houston this week end need spindals and calipers
I'm in Houston, and have this Blazer spindle kit for sale. I don't sell used calipers. They are 20 years old, rusty, frozen pistons, leaking seals, etc. I supply all the factory parts necessary for the conversion, and highly recommend you buy new "loaded" calipers, and new rotors. Calipers and rotors are available from any auto parts store in your area, Ebay, or Amazon. I PM'd you my phone number.
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Shorty 504

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I'm in Houston, and have this Blazer spindle kit for sale. I don't sell used calipers. They are 20 years old, rusty, frozen pistons, leaking seals, etc. I supply all the factory parts necessary for the conversion, and highly recommend you buy new "loaded" calipers, and new rotors. Calipers and rotors are available from any auto parts store in your area, Ebay, or Amazon. I PM'd you my phone number. View attachment 182504
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