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Old 08-27-2009, 12:51 PM
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If i lowermy blazer 3" in front and 4" in back what size would i beable to fit under it
 
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what size rim or what size tire? I am sure you mean rim but just thought I would ask
 
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rim.. but also what is the easiest way to lower my blazer?
 
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Do a search, there's loads of info on suspension tech stuff.
 
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Old 09-01-2009, 07:09 PM
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with lowering it all depends on how drastic and how expensive you want to go. There are people that roll 24" rims now days and lay them out to the body in an s10. But it requires alot of work and money to get to that point. You asked about the easiest way to lower. Well that all depends on how much you want to spend as well. You could bag it. In my opinion easiest way. Or you could save some money and go with a standard drop kit instead of an ajustable one. I think the most popular kits made to date would only be around a 3 inch drop maybe four. IMO do it right the first time and just go with bags. It will cost way more but if you have some knowledge of suspensions then you could do it yourself in the garage for around 1000 bucks or even less if you get a basic kit. The problem with just getting a drop kit is that I can almost garauntee that you will eventually get sick of it just being lowered and you will want to bag it. You will get what I like to refer to as the itch.
 
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