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    Cool Droping my new blazer

    Hey everyone i just bought my first vehicle a 1991 s10 blazer and i want to drop it so it is pretty low but im low on cash does any one no something i could do to lower alot from its original stance for less than 300 canadian
    Thanks alot

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    itll be a little more then 300, but spindles and drop springs up front and blocks otu back and pull a leaf. do a search
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    ok im mean thats just a aiming price but will it be enough to lower quite a bit? I men i want it pretty low so it has a nice look how many inches would i need to drop it ? I fnay one has any pics put them up plz with how bib of a drop they did thanks a lot
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    u could prob get close to a 4,4 drop for a little over that

    from summit

    rough prices i remember

    spindles 2" $135
    coils 2" $99

    blocks 3 inch $29

    pull a leaf free



    thats like a 4,4.5 drop then later on u could do new shocks up front
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    Thanks man i looked at the summit catoluge and that seeems like a good idea if that would turn out a 4/4 drop. Anyway what your message is like a mastercard commerial all you needed was "the look of your truck after the drop priceless." But thanks alot

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    no prob man, and you will get 4 inchs up front guaranteed, and since it's a blazer it willd rop nice when u pull the leaf u should get 4.5 drop in the rear


    have fun :D

    and post pics


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    ok i will post some pics for sure and thanks for all the help

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    I priced out Belltech stuff here in S'toon and the cost was around $700-800 for Spindles coils leafs and blocks and shocks.
    thats for a 4/4 drop.

    I'd like to get it all at once but will probably do it in stages.
    thinking Spindles and blocks till i can afford the rest. I'll have to see how my finances are.
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    700-800 isn't that bad there only making about 100-200 bucks off the kit, bc i orded all my shit and it was like 415 us, and by the time i got it at my door it was a total of like 600cdn with duty, and shipping from summit
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    and how big of a drop sdid you do on yours plz?

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    4 front 4.5 rear
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