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    I. A. S. Blazer 4-link Pictures?

    Has any one used the 4 link kit from IAS. If so, do you have pictures of it installed or uninstalled. Just trying to do some research and wanted to see some pictures please (IAS has no pictures of it) I heard Jason at SuicideDoors has gotten a 1st gen blaze and might be makin stuff soon. Any help is good help :bigthumb:

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    Send me an email at sales@innovativeairsuspension.com and I can answer all your questions.
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    This is from larry:

    Our blazer four link is a forward triangulated four
    link. It is available as a weld in four link only for
    $375, or as a complete kit with the fourlink, Air
    bags, air bag mounts, shocks, and shock mounts. It
    also requires welding. The bag and shock mounts are
    only set up to drop the blazer until the rear end hits
    the body floor. To go any lower than that, you will
    want to get the four link only, and build your own air
    bag and shock mounts.
    Larry

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    oops, here is the pic of IAS blazer 4 link

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    Originally posted by *LO4U2NV*
    This is from larry:

    Our blazer four link is a forward triangulated four
    link. It is available as a weld in four link only for
    $375, or as a complete kit with the fourlink, Air
    bags, air bag mounts, shocks, and shock mounts. It
    also requires welding. The bag and shock mounts are
    only set up to drop the blazer until the rear end hits
    the body floor. To go any lower than that, you will
    want to get the four link only, and build your own air
    bag and shock mounts.
    Larry
    Looks like I left the price out for the complete kit.
    It should read "or as a complete kit with the fourlink, Air
    bags, air bag mounts, shocks, and shock mounts for $775"
    If you have any questions, feel free to email me or call me at (775)846-3111. And you can also buy them thru doug at www.streetissuecustoms.com He probably has some more pics of it. And has been running it for almost a year.
    Larry
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    So no one had a pic of it installed? Im really thinking about buying it to, but I really want a cantilever setup...

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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    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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    Thanks for the post, it really looks nice man. how close is your frame to the ground? I was wanting to do a similar setup with a 4.75 inch body drop and was wondering how close i will be to scraping with only a C-notch. (not that i want to scrape, the roads are shitty around here) :D

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    Looks awesome... I have an 8 inch Notch from Jason, how would I install it with that? would I still get that much lift?

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    Thanks for the post, it really looks nice man. how close is your frame to the ground? I was wanting to do a similar setup with a 4.75 inch body drop and was wondering how close i will be to scraping with only a C-notch. (not that i want to scrape, the roads are shitty around here)
    What size wheels/tires you planning on running? I'm about 1.5" off the ground out back with a 235/45/17...smaller tire and I'd lay.


    Looks awesome... I have an 8 inch Notch from Jason, how would I install it with that? would I still get that much lift?
    Install would be pretty much the same. You're gonna hafta modify the 8 pc notch quite a bit to get it to fit the blazer frame. Your upper bag mounts will need to be raised up. The bags mount in the stock shock mount location with the kit. You'll loose those mounts, and probably the gas tank crossmember when you notch it. You'd also probably need to change the location of the shocks. The kit mounts them in front of the axle, I'm pretty sure they wouldn't work out if you went much lower than the kit was set up for, so you'd need to work that out too.
    Doug
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    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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