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Old 01-18-2010, 08:44 PM
Broncoo Broncoo is offline
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so im swappin out the 2.8l for a 4.3 vortech on my wifes s10 blazer and was wondering about the nv3500 good, bad? what transfer case is the best one? obviosly with fixed yoke outputs or at least availiability of a sye kit. i am new to chevy crap so any help is appreciated
got work? tig welding s/s, alum, alloy steel, cast iron tubework etc.
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