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Old 01-26-2014, 11:11 PM
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I know its been asked a millions times(trust me I think ive broken the search function) however i need someone with experience to clarify for me. I have an 2002 blazer ls 4 door with 2wd. I recently bought some 31x10.5s because I got a ridiculous deal on them. Im going to add 2" shackles in the rear and a 2"(1" thick) spacer in the front to eliminate some rub as well as replace all the shocks. Crown suspension makes a nice coil/shackle lift for my truck and they say it will all work but I saw a post where someone said I cant use coil spacers in my truck because they wont seat right. Is this true? If so how come Crown says they will work?? Any input will be appreciated.
Old 01-27-2014, 01:40 AM
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Look up s10 lift spindles and shackles on eBay. I know they're more expensive, but the truck will ride and steer like it does now. For 31" tires I'm thinking the 3" lift and some substantial trimming would work. Don't go by any lift/tire size figures for a 4x4, they're different.

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