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In need of a drop

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Old 08-17-2012, 09:17 AM
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Wats up, I'm looking for the best way to lower my blazer 3 to 4 inches with out breaking the bank but doin it the right way. Please get back to me with some help feedback
 
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Well it really depends on your definition of breaking the bank. I know that you can get a Belltech lowering kit that will drop it 3"/3" from Stylintrucks.com
 
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Old 08-22-2012, 06:15 AM
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Is that belltech kit everything I need to lower my 4x4 blazer. I want to do it once and do it right the first time. Thanks for the feedback
 
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Yours is 4x4? alrighty then,buy some belltech torsion bar keys :: Belltechsporttrucks :: Shock Absorbers :: Coilovers :: Springs :: Lowering and Lifting Shocks :: Coils :: Spindles :: Flip Kits ::

then buy some 3" steel blocks and u bolts for the rear. Done.
 
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i personally would not go four inches i dropped my 4x4 blazer four inches and it was horrible so i did a three inch drop and it rides so much better and handles alot better also i did not have to cut the bump stops to.

the things youll need are t keys, nitro drop 2 shocks in the front, then blocks and u bolts. you wont need to replace the shocks in the back but its perfered if you did. but it can wait since you are on a budget.
 
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The one I linked was for 2wd not 4x4. For some reason I thought you had a 2wd.
 
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