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Old 05-26-2009, 03:56 PM
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Whats up everybody I'm new to the chevy scene, I have a 95 4dr 2wd blazer and I'm ordering a kit to lower it tonight. Lookin to go with 3" coils and 4" angled blocks, But my blazer looks like its sitting level stock??? so I guess my question is with a 3/4 drop will it sit lower in the back??? Any help would be a BIG HELP. Thanks in advance.
 
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Can't answer your question...but Welcome to the forum anyway! Hang tight...someone who knows stuff about lowering will be along shortly I'm sure..
 
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Can't answer your question...but Welcome to the forum anyway! Hang tight...someone who knows stuff about lowering will be along shortly I'm sure..
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your blazer should sit 1" higher in the rear so the 3/4 drop will give you a level ride, but if your worried about the rear being to low just buy a new set of blocks if you dont like the look of the 3/4. also i would suggest getting 3" spindles intsead of the coils itll be a whole lot easier to align after the drop and will keep your factory geometry in place.
 
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Thanks for the advice Mikeinwi, sounds like the plan w/ 3" spindles, will post pics soon as I get it lowered and the tires back on the 20's next week. Thanks again
 
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Welcome to the forum BTW.
 
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