Customizers looking to build a Chevy K5 Blazer from the ground up should check out the Roadster Shop’s new SPEC series complete chassis, which comes with a host of features and details designed to make the process easy, customizable, and modern.
“SPEC is an engineering focused approaching using the latest in manufacturing technology to build the lightest, strongest, and easiest to install complete chassis system,” Roadster Shop says.
Details include a number of features inspired by the Roadster Shop’s Chevy C10 chassis, including Laser Rails, which, according to RS, allows for a “fully engineered package that installs as a complete assembly, versus piecing together individual components.”
Easily adjustable upper A-arm eccentric mounts make for quick and easy alignments, while CNC located factory mounts utilize the factory body, bumper and core support mount locations. The chassis will also contour to the stock floor for no floor modifications in most applications, while the frame rails are designed to accommodate up to a 345 rear tire when mini-tubbed.
The new Roadster Shop K5 Blazer chassis is offered with airbag suspension or RS SV by Fox fixed valve coilovers. The whole thing is designed to put the rockers on the ground with air bag suspension installed.
Engine mounts include accommodations for Small Block Chevy and Big Block Chevy applications, plus the option for LS and LT engines. The crossmembers and chassis bracing is designed to accommodate a three-inch exhaust, and there’s an adjustable, drop-out transmission mount.
Final details include a power rack and pinion steering setup, Wilwood Pro Spindles, a parallel four-bar rear suspension, and a Ford nine-inch rear housing with 31-spline axles.
The Roadster Shop’s new complete K5 Blazer chassis starts at $10,795, with a long list of optional extras offered for further customization specific to whatever your build may require.
Source: Roadster Shop