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Rough Country fun

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Old 06-16-2013, 07:35 PM
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Hey guys, ive been on here for about 6 months now and ive done some small stuff here and there with my blazer but never anything big or major. so I'm really close to getting my dads blessing on getting the 2.5 rough country lift with 31 inch kenda klever tires so i was wondering A. how difficult is the lift in its entirety, like how long it took you and any parts that require special abilities, tools, effort, money? and in general is it doable for a moderately skilled teenager with a decent will equipped garage to accomplish it, and B. any reviews on the tires and the ability to put them on the stock rims.
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:18 PM
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I don't have any experience with the front, but I do know from putting on lift shackles that you will want a heavy duty impact gun, and probably a pretty good sized cheater bar. Those bolts are TOUGH!!
 
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