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    how much do you think it owuld cost to lower a 4x4 blazer profecianally

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    too much

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    Originally posted by whallon8
    how much do you think it owuld cost to lower a 4x4 blazer profecianally
    to my knowlage NO one will do it, because of the liability. and it is too much work that will jack up the labor cost. do it yourself, wont cos tu more than a day... and bout $30 bux depending on the tools u got.
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    however much the "pros" wanna charge you

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    Originally posted by pr1mo360
    however much the "pros" wanna charge you
    I think I'm a pro- I'll put that thing as low as you want it for $200.
    You're on your own for an alignment tho
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    for a 2nd generation... would that work the same way????? i got a3inch drop blocks for the rear and been thinking that the tbar trick might not give me but about 2inches or so. but if i drill out that part would it drop the front even more? also after its cut out would you have to weld a piece of metal over the original hole so it doesnt jump up and down????
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    2nd gens work the same- I've dropped a few by cutting the xmember like this. I worried about the hole being too big when I did my 1st 4x4 like this too but once you get under there & realize how much pressure is on those blocks, they're not going anywhere.
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    i had mine lowered professionally. I used the bell tech kit, and i had to pay the shop for 5 hours of labor including the allignment. Then a few months later i turned down the bolts and added 1" blocks to the rear.

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    ya i did it the cheap ass way. works good only thing is the measurements are slightly off, but it might be bad shocks/weak springs. and in the front its probably my ball joints messed up since i know the lower ones need to be replaced already
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    is there any diffrence between the suspension of a 89 and 90? i want to drop my 90 4x4 on my own so i can valch for the whole truck. an what parts will i need? im absolutly clueless!!

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    between 89 4x4 and 90 4x4, no

    unless your talking about 4x4 and a 2x4
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