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05 4wd blazer drop questions

Old 04-19-2012, 12:49 PM
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Default 05 4wd blazer drop questions

hey there.
i have a 2005 2dr 4wd blazer and i want to lower it to give it a nicer stance, however everywhere i look all i can find is drop kits for 2003 and 2004 models, im assuming that there is no difference in components from 03-05 but i just wanted to settle it once and for all - if anyone can show or prove to me these are the same i would greatly appreciate it and i can go ahead and order my parts. thank you and keep blazin
Old 04-19-2012, 03:52 PM
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just turn down your torsion bars and just install lowering blocks in the back that should give you a nice stance i did that and my blazer sits 3 inches lower
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that is odd, as far as bobby099 said loosening the torsion bars might be bumpy up front, i believe there is no difference from 03-05. ill try and see what i can find to try and help you out. adding a lowering block in there rear is pretty cheap to do and you will need drop shocks.
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