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Droped my 95 Blazer and stuck 20's on it

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Old 03-20-2010, 10:31 AM
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I did a 3in blocks in the back and droped the front with the torsion bars, Gotta love 4x4's they make it so easy. Putt some 245/35/20's on limited rims on there, only bad thing about big rims is they will let you know if you have something loose in the front lol, Other than that I love it
 
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Woah that's nice!
 
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Thanks man
 
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nice. did you take the tortion bolts all the way out?
 
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Old 03-20-2010, 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by couldbeanyone View Post
nice. did you take the tortion bolts all the way out?
No, well, yeah kinda..... What I did was I run the bolt out all the way then, screwed it back in by hand until I couldn't turn it anymore then stuck the 18mm socket on a ratchet and turned it about a 1/8 of a turn so that it wont fall out on it own lol
So basically its in there by a thread or two haha!!
 
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Looks good, now paint your tow hooks! lmao. I like the black with a bit of chrome, it's tasteful.
 
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haha I need too!!!! and the frame
 
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Looks pretty good. How's it ridin'? I know those rubber bands make it a lil rough but how you liking the feel? Front end kinda bouncy?
 
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You need some new tires, bro! Slicks are for Nascar, not street cars.
That looks good. I'm planning on a 3 inch drop with twenties, so that gives me an idea of how it'll look.
 
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Old 04-18-2010, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ImScrewed92 View Post
Looks pretty good. How's it ridin'? I know those rubber bands make it a lil rough but how you liking the feel? Front end kinda bouncy?

not really bouncy, more like a float in the front end on bad streets. if a street is rounded and not level, the front will want to float to the right or left, but thats a small price to pay to look good!
 

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