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Old 10-24-2011, 12:29 AM
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Whats up everybody!
I have a 96 blazer ls and ive done a few mods
here and there.
Ive done:
  1. painted grill black
  2. put on and painted white grill mesh
  3. painted white the chevy sign
  4. put on clear lights
  5. painted some interior stuff (ill post pic soon)
  6. Sony deck
  7. All doors have pionners (maybe change them)
  8. i have 3 10inch Jl audios in ported box with 1000W monoblock amp
  9. 1000w mono amp Hitron not too bad bumps good
  10. Intake
  11. put on rain guards
  12. 60in LED tailgate bars
  13. chrome and clear taillights
I also have some fog lights that i got from ebay that i want to put on top
just for show any ideas on how to run wires to mount them

YELLOW LENS UNIVERSAL ROOF MOUNT OFF ROAD LIGHT POD BAR FOR TRUCK/SUV UTV ATV | eBay

i got some fender flares that im also going to put on
i want to paint the hooks
want to get a 3 sub fiberglass enclousure any ideas on how it will look
i ordered neon lights for the bottom of the car
want to get a full flare running board (fender to fender) anybody know
where to get one for cheap.
grille guard (again for cheap)
trailer hitch mount and a go rhino 36inch step.
i want to lift it up about 7 inches and get some tires and rims
(ideas will help on what rims tires and lift kits)
get interior done its ok but want it better

Please leave sugestions, also how do you put pictures up??
 
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Old 10-24-2011, 04:28 AM
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Old 10-24-2011, 09:32 AM
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A 7" lift isn't going to come cheap. But here's a good list another member put together https://blazerforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16186r
 
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Old 10-24-2011, 10:00 AM
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haha i'm jk, welcome to the forum
 
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Old 10-26-2011, 02:26 AM
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Lol thanks for the welcoming lol. what kind of rims do you have?
 
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Old 10-26-2011, 08:59 PM
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Lol thanks for the welcoming lol. what kind of rims do you have?
18" Aluminum no names. I'm eventually getting some black cragers.
 
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:48 AM
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Nice....I want to get some rims too.
what do you recommend i know if i put 20s or 22s ill want to lower it
but if i put some 18s or 16s i want to lift it up. and put some off road tires.
what lift do you recommend lol i know im asking too much
 
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Blazer51 View Post
Nice....I want to get some rims too.
what do you recommend i know if i put 20s or 22s ill want to lower it
but if i put some 18s or 16s i want to lift it up. and put some off road tires.
what lift do you recommend lol i know im asking too much
If it's 4wd Jack it Up! 2wd Lower it! Honestly blazers look good either way. I know anything above 17" rims and your ride starts getting pretty rough if it's 4wd. My tires take 55psi so it's like riding on hard wood tires lol. Put some pics of your blaze on here and i'll give my opinion as to what I think will look good.
 
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:20 PM
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Ok funny thing i dont really know if its 4wd or 2wd lol. its a 1996 chevy blazer LS. Its got drums in the back so i think is a 2wd. but anyways i posted a pic tell me what you think i should do. Im also going to put some fender flares that i got. Should i use wider tires because i tried them on and the tires i got now looked way too skinny for the flares lol.

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If it's 4wd Jack it Up! 2wd Lower it! Honestly blazers look good either way. I know anything above 17" rims and your ride starts getting pretty rough if it's 4wd. My tires take 55psi so it's like riding on hard wood tires lol. Put some pics of your blaze on here and i'll give my opinion as to what I think will look good.
 
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First, check on your dash to the right of your steering wheel. Should have a selector "2w HI 4w HI 4w LO"

or, to confirm 100%, check under your front end. If you see coil spring, you're 2wd, if you have shocks/struts and torsion bars, you're 4x

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