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I have a stock 2000 blazer and i what would be a good way to beef up my suspension without lifting the truck?
 
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As far as load capacity?? Pretty much anything that you do will also increase the ride height when unloaded.
 
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not really load capasity, more or less what would be a good product to buy for the suspension? Any particular brand of shocks?
 
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Please define "beef up".

As far as shocks, a quick search should turn up quite a few threads discussing shock selection.
 
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Well i live in washington dc and the roads here have done a number on the shocks, im also big into going off roading, i more or less want to find out what would be a good brand of shocks to withstand both.
 
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