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    This is the only pic of the bags on that setup I've seen...Larry posted this a couple weeks ago...


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    Originally posted by OtownPumper

    Oh no, you could only untuck your wheel 8 inches instead of 10 inches...
    Yeah and how many blazers strictly laying frame tuck 8" of anything?

    Seriously how much lift does that thing get?
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    Originally posted by Dragginblazer
    Yeah and how many blazers strictly laying frame tuck 8" of anything?

    Seriously how much lift does that thing get?

    I believe Larry said 8 inches... But even a Blazer laying frame on 20's would only be tucking at most 2-3"....

    Truthfully, untucking a rear wheel while driving is unnecessary.... I think people are just "lift" crazy sometimes... lol...

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    Unnecessary if you don't lay. In your case you don't want to tear up your plastic so you need lift. Ohh damn, I forgot you don't lay!Nevermind.
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    Hey draggin blazer, remember this quote from about a month ago...

    Originally posted by Dragginblazer
    :rofl:

    Over, under, behind whatever lift sucks when mounted to the axle. Yeah it will get the truck up high enough to clear obstacles but so will $60 airshocks.
    Lift looks OK to me :)

    Doug's blazers rear diff should be hitting the floor. I forget the tire size he has, but I want to say it is kinda tall. My blazer is still on the stock 225/ 75 x 15's ( 27" tall - about the same as a 20 )and it is about 3" off the ground.

    The kit wasn't designed for laying out, it was only intened to get as low as possible without cutting up the floor. But since draggin' blazer feels the need to bring it up every time, here is a pic of one I built that will lay...
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    nice. get some pics of the setup. i like to have one. how much was it?

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    It is a back half for a second gen S10 blazer to lay on 22's, and gives 13" of lift.
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    WHO THE FUCK CARES IF IT DOESNT LAY. It's not a generic ass lever setup like everybody else out there so it sucks? You dont like it, don't buy it. I'm running 235/45/17's, still a pretty tall tire and it's 'bout 2" off the ground in the back, and I don't lay up front cause I'm sitting on the inner fenders. The kit will lay, my truck won't cause the rest of my setup is not built around laying frame.
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    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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    Not bad. But it dosen't take a tubular backhalf to layout a blazer...
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    lol.
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    What wheel/tire size are the bagmounts setup for?

    Are they ajustable?

    How can one of you say it will lay with different wheels/tires and the other say it will only go down until the pumkpin hits the floor?
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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    WHO THE FUCK CARES IF IT DOESNT LAY
    Me, anyone else?
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    well for me i wouldn't spend the money to bag my truck and have it NOT lay. Right now i am bagged in the front and do NOT lay, but when i do the rear (june 3rd) and i get my 4link installed i will demand my blaze to lay front to back. Isn't that the point?

    Your blaze is tight though man. Keep up the good work.

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    every truck i build lays out. cuase its the shit!!!!
    wicked to the bone i am
    you can meet me in the dark if you think im playin 4 DOOR LOVE

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    Originally posted by Dragginblazer
    Me, anyone else?
    I want mine to lay :)
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