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    Default 1994 gmc sierra conversion to 6 lug


    dose any one know where i can get the parts to convert my 94 sierra into a 6 lug to put the stock texas edition or knows where i can get it done?

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    try google search

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    damn i want to do that to my obs but yea try google..
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    Get the same year model front disc brakes but from a 4x4 and then you can just get a 4x4 rear end or swap out the internals
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    A 4x4 rear end would stick out more than a 2wd rear end.

    Look for a rear end from a C2500

    And I don't think this belongs in the meet subforum

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.mason View Post
    A 4x4 rear end would stick out more than a 2wd rear end.

    Look for a rear end from a C2500

    And I don't think this belongs in the meet subforum
    lol not even the axle shafts? and you're right, MOD PLEASE MOVE
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    Or drill the rims! lol
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    ^ sounds easier lol

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    just get the shafts from a 4x4 rear end it will work and the front u will just need the hub and rotors everything else is the same
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeta95 View Post
    just get the shafts from a 4x4 rear end it will work and the front u will just need the hub and rotors everything else is the same
    How much money are we looking at right there bro ???
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    if i remember right its 150 for the rear end at the junk yard and at orellys the hub and rotor both side is just about 300 but u can buy them at the rotors at the junk yard and get them cut and u can save some money like that
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    i want to do thaat to my 92 also but i think they might rubb,..

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    Theres a guy on spencer that has them he drilled them out and he tpld me a guy from ekstensive metalworks drilled them and they charged him 500 to drill and modify the front center caps

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    i want to do this to my 90 454ss...i want to run the 20's off of a trailblazer SS. but i have the 5x5 bolt pattern. i've been looking all over the internet and everyone says the same...rotors from a 2500 and the rear from a 4x4. That solution is all over the internet but no one has pics of it done or a write up that people can use.

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