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Old 01-23-2019, 01:56 PM
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Hey everyone! I am deciding to start a build on my blazer to personalize it, make it more Offroad capable, as well as improve performance and fuel economy. I will certainly need some advice as I work on it but I am good at figuring **** out. I recently painted my wheels which were aftermarket from a previous owner, and added a 50 inch light bar. The previous owner also put on General Grabber 2 tires. They only have about 5000 miles on them now.

New exhaust - more noise, better performance

Add rear auxiliary lights - to see **** behind me

Add front auxiliary lights - to see without blinding people on the road with my light bar

Lift about 2 inches - I plan to do this with rough country shocks (front and rear) and a new leaf spring shackle

Undercarriage protection - not sure how Iíll do this, but I could just buy sheet metal and design my own.
New intake - should I go cold air, or just a cone style intake? Not sure here

Flush cooling system

Replace brake rotors and pads with slotted and drilled rotors and ceramic pads

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Post wouldnít let me finish but thatís all I have so far. If anyone has some suggestions, advice, or just wants me to keep them posted, let me know! Thanks
Old 01-23-2019, 02:10 PM
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I used to run general grabber AT2 on mine for a long time. Seemed to be a pretty decent tire! Can't remember the exact mileage, but they lasted awhile, also
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I hope your rear facing lights are legal... Where I live any rear facing "white" lights except tag lights, must be mounted under the rear bumper...
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