Malibú 4x4 AWD - Can you do off-road? - I leave a photo of a Beautiful Big B00TY hahaha

J. Gregorio

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Malibu 4x4 AWD - Can you do off-road? Is it easy to install front differential and all other off road systems from a 1999 thru 2002 Chevy Blazer to a 1983 Malibu Classic 4 Door? Here I leave a photo of a Beautiful Big B00TY hahaha

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Malibu 4x4 AWD: ¿puedes hacerlo todo terreno? ¿Es fácil instalar el diferencial delantero y todos los demás sistemas todo terreno desde un Chevy Blazer de 1999 hasta 2002 en un Malibú Classic de 4 puertas de 1983? Aquí les dejo una foto de un Hermoso Big B00TY jajaja
 

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UNGN

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That is Just putting a Malibu Body on a K-5 Blazer frame. No Science there. Every redneck in 1979 had something in their yard sitting on a K5 Blazer, Ramcharger or Jeep frame - Monza's, Corvettes, Gremlins, etc. etc.

But the Northwoods Law Malibu, obviously made by some Maine-iacs that grafted an S10 Blazer frame INTO the Malibu's frame is pure Science:
4x4 Malibu.jpg
 

J. Gregorio

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I don't think you'll see too much enthusiasm for that around here, but, yes, it is possible.


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great, I can imagine. Is that the first day I brought the car to my house, I had the rear wheels wedged between the sidewalk and the road (pothole) hahahaha and I want the chevy to make it invincible under any circumstance!

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genial, ya lo imagino. Es que el primer día que traje el carro a mi casa, me quede con las ruedas traseras encajadas entre la acera y la carretera (bache) jajajaja y quiero al chevy hacerlo invencible ante cualquier circunstancia!
 

J. Gregorio

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That is Just putting a Malibu Body on a K-5 Blazer frame. No Science there. Every redneck in 1979 had something in their yard sitting on a K5 Blazer, Ramcharger or Jeep frame - Monza's, Corvettes, Gremlins, etc. etc.

But the Northwoods Law Malibu, obviously made by some Maine-iacs that grafted an S10 Blazer frame INTO the Malibu's frame is pure Science: View attachment 163554
hahaha thanks for the graphic warning haha.

Ok I know that the one in the photo is K5 chassis but I only say INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL OR SUSPENSION, Everything else will be the same from the Malibu, because the front suspension from Blazer 99 to 02 I think is quite soft or similar to the Malibu. True or false?

jajaja gracias por la advertencia grafica fotografica haha.

Ok sé que el de la foto es chasis K5 pero yo solo digo INSTALAR DIFERENCIAL DELANTERO O SUSPENSION, Todo lo de mas quedara igual del Malibú, pues la suspension delantera de Blazer 99 al 02 creo es bastante suave o similar al Malibú. Cierto o false?
 

UNGN

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Look at the photo I posted. The S10 Blazer frame is welded inside the Malibu frame. If you want an AWD malibu, this is probably the cleanest way to do it and still something that handles like a car.

There is a Hurst Olds that grafted on a trailblazer front frame, but welding the Malibu Frame sides to an entire S10 Brazer frame seems easier.
 
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J. Gregorio

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Look at the photo I posted. The S10 Blazer frame is welded inside the Malibu frame. If you want an AWD malibu, this is probably the cleanest way to do it and still something that handles like a car.

There is a Hurst Olds that grafted on a trailblazer front frame, but welding the Malibu Frame sides to an entire S10 Brazer frame seems easier.
amazing !, you mean friend that this blazer chassis is narrower than the malibu, right?
 
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