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Old 05-18-2009, 10:18 AM
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okay welll i want to do a 3-4 drop on my 4wd blazer an for now im leavin the stock tires on it if they fit they are 23575r15s will they still fit an dose anyone have any pics of a 4wd lowered jw what it will look like
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That should answer your question. I dropped mine 3/3 and the tires fit fine, you can see in the back i have more room to go.
 
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Wow, very clean blazer.
 
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lol looks about where mines sits with out a drop in it. haha i need new suspension.
 
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the funny thing is that blazer is the same color an everything as mine lol an that looks sweet
what kinda lowering kit did u get an did u just loosen the tbs up or did u use keys
 
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i took out the bolts pretty much all the way and got blocks from beltech.
 
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Old 07-12-2009, 04:03 PM
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i found a set of lowering blocks an autozone an there like 30 bucks would thay work an then just lossen the tbars upp
 
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The blocks are just for the rear axle, mounts the axle closer to the frame dropping the truck closer to the ground. *Axle goes up, truck goes down* lol.
 
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will i have to cut my rear bump stops at all an do i have to have shocks
 
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dependinng on how low you go in the rear you may have to cut your bumpstops and shocks arent required, but are recomended.
 

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