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Yes I did search. I found lots of cabs on blazer frames, but none on burb frames. Anyone got a link or info?
 

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Are you wanting to use a single or crew cab? I put a crew cab on a Suburban frame.
 

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The main thing with the Burb frame is it stays low through the middle. Great for a crewcab. If you want to run a single cab, you need to make up some tall rear cab mounts.
 

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With a single cab you end up with basicly a longbed truck.Only 2" different in wheelbase.But like was said the Sub's frame stay low longer to clear the floor.
 

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Just did a swap on a Sierra Classic single cab on a 'burban frame. The front mounts lined up by the front doors. The rest he fabbed up. He's going to cut the back of the frame off and build a flatbed. Came out awesome.
 

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purchased a 90 suburban and a 84 dually

put the dana 60 and cab on suburban frame



cant find the pic but the donar sub rear portion is being made into a real short bed with barn doors and a fiberglass tauno cover
here is the temp bed to keep the law at bay

 

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Regular cab on a burb frame is what I was thinking. Since the frame is low I could cut it out and replace it with some 2x5 .200 wall rails and box the rest... Or I could back half it from the firewall back... Hmm. Possibilities..

Thanks guys
 
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