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Old 03-13-2010, 03:57 AM
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Is there anyone that made lift kit himself??
And how to do?

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because English just does not go for me!
 
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Old 03-13-2010, 06:04 AM
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All I know is that a 6" kit drops the entire front axle and suspension. I have often wondered if there was a way to make this kit. Even welding an entire frame section from another blazer to the bottom of the existing frame. I am sure creating this, unless your fab skills are top notch, would be virtually impossible.
 
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Old 03-13-2010, 10:36 AM
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IF you want to do a 6" lift homemade, I think that you would be better off doing a Solid Axle Swap, because I am pretty sure building the items for that would be much easier
 
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Yeah way easier just to put a set of leaf springs and a axle under there
 
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i am acually about to start mineand it will be welding some other frame parts under mine
 
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Originally Posted by butters View Post
i am acually about to start mineand it will be welding some other frame parts under mine
SAS? Or IFS?
 
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If he is putting IFS on top of his IFS Im gonna drive to NH and smack him.
 
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Originally Posted by GeorgesBlazah View Post
If he is putting IFS on top of his IFS Im gonna drive to NH and smack him.

I might have to load up from arkansas
 
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Originally Posted by butters View Post
i am acually about to start mineand it will be welding some other frame parts under mine
Very interested in seeing this.
 
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