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Old 06-24-2013, 07:06 PM
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what would be best way to lower my 2 door 2005 blazer v65 speed im not sure if its a ls or anything due to no badges on it when I bought it from dealer, also dosent have roof rack or rear wiper but some one shaved those all ready any help or pics would be great thanks
 
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I assume its a 2WD and 5spd
if it has no power windows ,I would guess its a base model

to keep it drivable , drop spindles for the front and blocks in rear
A kit like this
Belltech lowering Kit 2" Front 3" Rear Chevy GMC S10 S15 Sonoma Extended Cab 2WD | eBay

there are other ways but reliability and drivability go to crap

BTW belltech shows drop spindles on their website for later 2wd with hubs
 

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yes it is 2wd and has no power options at all would a 3 inches in the front and 4 in the rear cause problems?
 
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I've never lowered a Blazer, but I've heard that the Belltech kit is a good one, and maintains good driveability.
 
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Originally Posted by 2005blazer13 View Post
yes it is 2wd and has no power options at all would a 3 inches in the front and 4 in the rear cause problems?
I know this thread is a little old but in regards for the 3/4 drop that is what I have. I did spindles and springs in front and leafs and blocks in the rear. I did have yo notch the frame in the rear , but some members did not have to. This is the more expensive route but IMO I think it's the best to go with because ride quality is not sacrificed. Hope that helps you.
 
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