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Old 06-28-2010, 04:41 PM
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Hey whats up guys I have a 2003 Chevy blazer ls 4x4. I just got a lowering kit for it that includes front torsion keys and rear blocks that drops it about 3/4 inches. any recomondation on how to do it or who to take it to that wont ripp me off! Any ideas will be greatly appreciated thanx again
 
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Belltech makes a kit for your truck. Includes, new torsion keys and drop blocks. You can do it yourself, but you need a torsion key removal tool.
 
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yeah its not that bad to do man, just do it yourself with a buddy. Or any brake/alignment shop can do it for you, they will probably charge you about 2 hours labor for the install and also for a wheel alignment. The might have to charge you a little extra on the alignment if they have to modify the control arm mounts to get it into spec, I dont know if S series have knockout adjusters like the fullsize have. So Im guessing it will be about 3-400 to have it done. Or do it yourself and pay 100 for the alignment after.
 

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Kool thanx for your advice anywhere I can find instruction on how to install them on my own, I heard it was easy to do just preferred having it professionally done!
 
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