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Dropping a 96 s10 4x4 Blazer

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Old 07-23-2012, 07:56 AM
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I am new here and do not have a lot of knowledge regarding drops, so please excuse me if I ask "dumb" questions. I have a 96 4x4 s10 and I am wondering what would the best procedure be to drop it? I am going to remove the 4 wheel drive system.

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Old 07-23-2012, 08:23 AM
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Welcome to the forum! Please try using the search function before posting a bunch of questions. We all like to help but don't like to repeat what has already been covered several times. If you can't find what you looking for then ask the question but please search first. Here is a good place for you to start!
 
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Thank you.
 
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Not a lot of people drop their Blazers on this forum, haha, I'll tell you that.
 
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Welcome Best using the search feature. This topic has been covered many times.
 
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Not to be rude or anything but I just don't understand why people want to drop their Blazer instead of leaving it stock or lift.
 
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well they like the look or the ride so they do... IF they wanna do this for a blazer they can. NO one is gonna stop them cause there is no reason to stop them.

We all have our personal opinions.
 
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agreed!
 
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Originally Posted by xgiovannix12 View Post
well they like the look or the ride so they do... IF they wanna do this for a blazer they can. NO one is gonna stop them cause there is no reason to stop them.

We all have our personal opinions.
Sorry could keep my opinion to myself . My cousin just called me from California and said that he did a drop on his Blazer and I told him the same thing and he hung up on me.
 
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Originally Posted by chevyracingfan23 View Post
Sorry could keep my opinion to myself . My cousin just called me from California and said that he did a drop on his Blazer and I told him the same thing and he hung up on me.

I was the same way till I just sat down and thought of it like I just explained.

Its like someone coming up to me asking why I have so many amber Lights on my truck.
I like it and it suits me that's about it .
 

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