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    Senior Member blazer_1994's Avatar
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    Some body chop my blazer

    can somebody lower it for me?
    heres two pics hopefully one of them will work





    if u want to u can paint it but just wantin to see it dropped.
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    good god im having fashbacks haha. How much you gonna lower it?

    Btw how much do you have in your fender wells? Looks like about the same size tires i got, im just wondering how much i lowered it.


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    bigger pic would help
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    Sorry about the pic size I didnt realize they were that small when i posted.

    The blazer in the pic is currently my daily that i drive back and fourth to school. I took the rims off it and put on my 85, I jsut wanted to get an ideal what it would look like dropped. Im gonna put a lil bit bigger rubber on the front its to much of a low profile tire for me.

    Superbee- Im gonna try and lower it about 4 or five inches after i get the motor in and stuff, hopefully i can find a machine shop to do my 8.8 rear axles and drums. But im not sure about the distance in the fenders, Ill stick them on my 85 soon and get you a measement. but if i member right there was more distance in the front tires cause they were a tad smaller, It was somewhere close to 5 if im sure but ill measure again soon

    Heres the bigger pics hopefully:



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    here is a quickie


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    looks good, any more?
    Last edited by blazer_1994; 01-30-2007 at 11:02 AM.
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    here ya go...probably a little more drop than you're looking at, but it looks nice..

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    wow that is perfect, thats about the drop that i want on my 85. I dont have any of the 4wd stuff left in her, gonna end up puttin a 2wd tranny in it to this summer. If anybody is good at puttin new paint on there, i wouldnt mind seeing a coper color, like what was on the truck coperhead from truck.
    Last edited by blazer_1994; 01-30-2007 at 11:06 PM.
    2006 GMC Canyon 2.8 Daily Driver
    1985 s10 blazer project, shaved stuff and 350 combo, eagle alloys 77 series 17's, 8.8 ford rearend

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