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1988 Chevrolet Blazer

Post by Mugen » Wed Sep 07, 2005 7:48 pm

Hello all! Name is Frankie, live in Tucson, AZ and here is my dellemma: I currently have an Acura Integra with all kinds of import tuner mods to it..and still get 20+ mpg on regular gas...but I am in need of a bigger car, with the capabilities of off roading to get to airsoft ao's and carry all my gear and such. I found an 88' Blazer (big body) 4x4 with 45,000 original miles and runs beautifully....My problem is that gas is costing me $3.50 a gallon..and became a member of this forum to learn more about a propane conversion for this Blazer...any help would be appreciated!
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Post by Guest » Mon Sep 12, 2005 3:16 pm

Damn...thanks for all your help...friends... :roll:

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Post by Frank » Mon Sep 12, 2005 4:02 pm

If you are looking for a parts list to do the conversion, I don't have one. As you should have the Blazer certified by a licensed propane mechanic anyway, a good place to start would be to talk with the mechanic at a local conversion shop and I have three listed in Arizona on my American Conversion Center page.

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Post by Eskimo » Tue Sep 13, 2005 8:00 am

Or, you could happen to look at my project, since my drivetrain is similar to yours, in fact I pulled my engine from a '85 K-5.. But that's as much spoon-feeding as I can handle..
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Post by Guest » Thu Sep 29, 2005 3:25 am

Hello all! Name is Frankie, live in Tucson, AZ and here is my dellemma: I currently have an Acura Integra with all kinds of import tuner mods to it..and still get 20+ mpg on regular gas...but I am in need of a bigger car, with the capabilities of off roading to get to airsoft ao's and carry all my gear and such. I found an 88' Blazer (big body) 4x4 with 45,000 original miles and runs beautifully....My problem is that gas is costing me $3.50 a gallon..and became a member of this forum to learn more about a propane conversion for this Blazer...any help would be appreciated!
:X Now imagine if the world was like that.:I

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Dual Fuel Conversion Article

Post by Frank » Thu Sep 29, 2005 8:28 am

I just finished writing a page about dual fuel conversions. Have look and see if it has any useful information for you.

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