Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Watauga Tennessee.
Ok I hate to admit it but being a redneck I have both seen operations like this and even help in a few. This is not much different than mounting Camro or mustang body's on CJ,YJ or yes even TJ frames. The first bit of advice is to run like he77 and don't look back.
Hmmm, still here you must be either a redneck or a nut! well lets move on to my next tidbit. It is time to measure everything does the blazer and the XJ have the same wheelbase are they at least close? If not can the fenders be trimmed enough to center the blazers wheels into the Jeeps wheel wells? If so no biggie if not the XJ will have to be stretched or shortend or the blazer frame streched or shortened. Next how does the Jeeps uni-frame line up to the blazers frame and body mounts. Measurements need to be taken before you tear down or cut anything. To my experience some of the blazers body mounts will have to be moved as well as building new mounts on the XJs body. So take the body mount measurements on the blazer and map out where they will fall on the Jeep. Once you know if the mounts will fall either on the Jeeps uni-frame (likely) or to the inside (unlikely) or the outside (possible) post back and let us know and we can go from there. BTW, if you are talking about the s-10 blazer and I think you are it has IFS with t-bar springs not the best set up for rock crawling or lifting.
95 Cherokee SE 4.0, 5-Spd, 8.25;
6.5" Rusty's Lift, Atlas II Rims, 35x12.5x15 Wild Country,Rusty's Tube Bumper, Wilderness Rack
Rock Sliders, K&N Panel Air filter, PSC steering box,
I-ROK reinforcement kit, ORO U-TURN steering kit,Conversion Headlights/Silverstars And too much $$$
Last edited by kg4kzv; 07-04-2007 at 12:30 AM.