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2nd gen body lift

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Old 11-19-2018, 04:43 AM
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Alright folks i have a 2002 chevy blazer that runs great and is in good shape ive been customizing it and im at the point of lifting. Now i searched google for a body lift for 02 blazer and the first thing that came up is the 89 dollar kit from summit racing (3 inch) so i ordered it and went on with my life well i got back to researching it again a few days later and found that this kit aint compatible with my truck. It gets delivered today. Can so.eone please inform me why wont this kit work and is there any way to make it work? Please and thankyou i really need help here.
 
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Old 11-19-2018, 09:38 AM
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It looks like that one is for a K5. I don't think it will have enough blocks, and the bolts won't fit. The PA152 (2 inch) is the correct one.

When I did mine, I ordered blocks off ebay and bought the bolts locally. I didn't need bumper brackets and all the other stuff, so it saved me a ton of money.
 
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