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    now it needs some big brake rotors to go behind those big hoops

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    Originally posted by badm0nkeyTN
    try a junk yard... I found an ass load of vette rims at this junk yard out here... rims from like the 70's even .. even those really cool solid style center hub ones... anyone who knows about Vettes know the wheels.. and know they look hot on Blazers.. heh ..

    found a set of 92' Camaro wheels there for like $60 ... no scratches either..
    WHERE IS THIS?!?!?!


    i need to goooo...
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    I fuckin popped her, held back a little, but I clipped her pretty good.


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    if u want then vett or maro wheels like mine i got mine off Ebay they are good prices but the are replicas, so if u want originals then ur goin to pay a lot more

    ya I want bigger brakes on it and put disc on the back 2

    BIG BRAKE KITS (Front)

    Brake Kit (rear)

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    How much is it lowered?
    How did you lower it?
    How does it ride??

    I just bought a 94 2 door 4X4 , to drive to work in and want to do the same type of stance to it.

    Thanx
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    it is lowered 4 in the front but that can be changed from 1-4 wit the bolts (mine are almos all the way out) and 3 in the back

    I lowerd it wit the belltech kit, i bought the front keys and in the rear i used leafs. but u could also use blocks. It was all bought through stylinconsepts.com

    How does it ride?? well for the ride it is kinda bouncy, but i have been in alot worse. but when u lower it be ready to get the front end realined. I also had to replace my tie rod ends and my ball joints. you will also need to cut the bump stops i cut my font ones down to like 1" and idk how much i cut my rear but u will need to

    if u got any more questions just let me know i will be glad to help u

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    The Ride

    Did you put on shorter sox??
    How about the rear Bump stops, Did you cut them off??

    Most people have said their ride quality doesnt suffer from the BT key drop, just tryin to figure out what rout to take thats all..

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    i definatly think the tires are too big, back i dont really mind but the front could be shorter but they do look good though.


    bone, the front isnt going to suffer any, its the back that will suck unless you get a notch. When i had my front lowered 3inches it was riding on the bumpstops in the front and i took them out, then when i lowered it 5 it was hitting on the bumpstop bracket so i cut it out and now the front is perfect.


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    Thanks I will Notch the frame, I dont want to invest tons of time in this Project But It seems to be takin it..
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    i cut my frot bump stops so they are 1" or so and the back i took off and cut them in half just to help the ride quality. the only other thing i might do is buy some new shocks for the front, u can get drop shocks for the 4x4 from sumit. But it really isnt need.

    im goin to fix all the pics
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    Thanks Bro I am thinkin about doing the Drop Soon.

    I have been doing Body work on it for ever now, Tryin to get it streight enough to Paint.
    91 S-10 BLAZER 355 5speed / 13.2 @ 107 on Street Tires, Traction is a Bitch
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    ya mine was in the grage getting shit straight for awile, and once it was all read it was worth it, but of corse the painters fucked up the hood and wouldent repaint it and so if i want it fixed i have to take them to court

    ya if u have any other questions just ask
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    ALL ARE ON THE FIRST PAGE AND PICS ARE UP DATED AGAIN SRY FOR THEM BEING DOWN! Shouldent happen again

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    Painters can be a paint in the ass somtimes cant they?!


    89' S10 blazer 4wd: 355, 650 dp, rpm intake, comp 282 roller cam, modified vortecs, T56 Six speed, 8.8 ls rear, headers, x-pipe, spintech pro street mufflers, and......AC

    Blazer burnout video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP7iLypoDI4

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    Hell ya painters can be a pain in the ass, o well just gives me more of a reason to get a cawl hood:bigthumb:
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    Do you have any problems with them rubbing? and do the front tires tuck up into the fender or are they sticking out a bit?

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