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FREAKIN SWEET

sits pretty tall
 
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You guys wondering why its NOT LOWERED?
Cus ride quality was CRAP after shocks were 3+ months old.
Got tired on spending $ on new shocks not worth lowering a 4x4

Btw ya those are 2wd wheels on my 4x4
 
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Did you get drop shocks?
 
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Ya first I had belltech nitro drop shocks thn they went out.
Thn I got belltech street performance shocks.
Idk maybe its only my blazer, still sukd.
 
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Well I like the looks of your blazer. Looks mean
 
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Wow sickride!! Love the wheels (but dont you worry aboutthe renders hitting the wheels?) I'd paint the airdam red like your truck
 
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Thanks a lot guys

ya the tires do touch but only when im turning AND going on a speed bump or somthing like that. but when i drive they dont touch at all.

Ya I been wanting to paint the airdam but instead ill wait til a 98-04 painted airdam comes up. (my airdam is a 96 on a 98+ bumper)
 
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Factory color matched air dams are tough to fine. Most are damaged or faded. I personally would just purchase a 98+ black air dam. But not bother painting it because it'll just get chipped up by rocks.
 
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Factory color matched air dams are tough to fine. Most are damaged or faded. I personally would just purchase a 98+ black air dam. But not bother painting it because it'll just get chipped up by rocks.
There was a black one and a red one here locally at the pull and save... But I opted and kept my broken one that still has deer hair embedded in it... woot woot...
 
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