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    Originally posted by otter

    hahahahahhahaha... be thankful for what you get... and you can always swap out for different bags...
    very true, but beggers can sometimes be choosers too

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    You will probally get better lift and ride quality from the 9000 than you would with convoluted bags.


    The bitter after-taste of a poor quality job will last far longer than the sweetness of that cheap price!

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    subscribes, just want to see what they come up with
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    i dont know if this has been asked but will it fit a 1gen 2 dr as well...arnt they pretty much the same underneath?
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    Originally posted by jlaudio9
    i dont know if this has been asked but will it fit a 1gen 2 dr as well...arnt they pretty much the same underneath?


    similar... but not the same...

    there is already a kit for first gens...
    www.innovativeairsuspension.com i believe has it..

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    Originally posted by otter

    similar... but not the same...

    there is already a kit for first gens...
    www.innovativeairsuspension.com i believe has it..
    I hear that this kit won't let you lay frame, it just drops the body down till the pumkin almost kits the floor.

    But you know anything can be modified.

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    No..that kit really cant be modified to lay out. That's not what it was meant to do, and the design of the kit keeps it from being re-worked like that. It's set up to get the pumpkin to bottom out on the floor with a 3" or so c-notch. I ran it for over a year and it was bad ass, ride quality was killer and it held up to the SBC quite well. When it was time to go lower, however, there's just too much shit in the way to make the kit work. I'm still running the 4-link from the Innovative kit, but that's it.

    If I was gonna get another blazer as a daily and bag it, I'd use Larry's kit in a heartbeat.
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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    No..that kit really cant be modified to lay out. That's not what it was meant to do, and the design of the kit keeps it from being re-worked like that. It's set up to get the pumpkin to bottom out on the floor with a 3" or so c-notch. I ran it for over a year and it was bad ass, ride quality was killer and it held up to the SBC quite well. When it was time to go lower, however, there's just too much shit in the way to make the kit work. I'm still running the 4-link from the Innovative kit, but that's it.

    If I was gonna get another blazer as a daily and bag it, I'd use Larry's kit in a heartbeat.
    Just wondering, How far was the frame from the ground when it was aired out?

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    really depends on wheel/tire size. When I was running 235/45/17's I was about an inch and a half off the ground..
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    No..that kit really cant be modified to lay out. That's not what it was meant to do, and the design of the kit keeps it from being re-worked like that. It's set up to get the pumpkin to bottom out on the floor with a 3" or so c-notch. I ran it for over a year and it was bad ass, ride quality was killer and it held up to the SBC quite well. When it was time to go lower, however, there's just too much shit in the way to make the kit work. I'm still running the 4-link from the Innovative kit, but that's it.

    If I was gonna get another blazer as a daily and bag it, I'd use Larry's kit in a heartbeat.
    whats larry's kit? link?
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    It's the Innovative Air blazer kit..




    Larry just happens to run Innovative ;)
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    i dream of that link set up, someone should donate me one lol

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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    It's the Innovative Air blazer kit..




    Larry just happens to run Innovative ;)

    does that one lay frame?
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    the 4-link by itself, yes...I'm laying body on it..

    the complete kit with bags behind the axle, no...even if you move the upper mounts up, the lower bag bar will hit the gas tank..
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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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