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    once you get the frame trim post some pics of the suspension all aired out, i want to see how tight it gets.
    pic's of what my blazer used to be
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    any more info on this build???

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    Is the crossmember that you welded the upper link to stock?
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    yeah they told me that the 3 link wouldnt work either. but mine is going great so far as well. the ones that said it wouldnt work never tried it though.

    Fully bagged with S10 3 link and F9000's behind and under.

    picture of truck: http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j5...r/IMG_4846.jpg

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    Originally posted by lowLIFEBlazer
    Is the crossmember that you welded the upper link to stock?
    no, you can see all the bent tubing, thats not stock. but the tubing looks like its welded to the stock cross member.
    Fully bagged with S10 3 link and F9000's behind and under.

    picture of truck: http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j5...r/IMG_4846.jpg

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    Here are a few more pics...











    This is layed...

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    look good man, did you trim the hump its hard to tell from the pic
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    yea, what are those first 2 pics of? i have no idea.
    Fully bagged with S10 3 link and F9000's behind and under.

    picture of truck: http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j5...r/IMG_4846.jpg

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    first two pics are of the mount i made for the lower gas tank straps

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    Originally posted by 98low4x4blazer
    look good man, did you trim the hump its hard to tell from the pic
    Hump hasnt been shaved yet. Lookin like it may be done this weekend.

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    So I gather (yes, sometimes alittle slow) from what I'm reading and seeing here that SD's 3-link for a S-10 WILL fit on the Blazer with minimal modifications?

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    Originally posted by Denny
    So I gather (yes, sometimes alittle slow) from what I'm reading and seeing here that SD's 3-link for a S-10 WILL fit on the Blazer with minimal modifications?
    Yes sir!

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    I'm curious as to who you mean when you say "THEY" said it couldn't work?






    Cause technically, when people ask if it will work, they want direct fit, no cutting, usually bolt on.
    You obviously had to cut and weld. ANYONE who knows what they are getting into knows that will have to happen, even if it was designed for the vehicle.


    So whoever "THEY" are, probally drive s10s with bolt on kits......easiest trucks ever to bag.


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    Originally posted by EpicenterDesigns
    I'm curious as to who you mean when you say "THEY" said it couldn't work?






    Cause technically, when people ask if it will work, they want direct fit, no cutting, usually bolt on.
    You obviously had to cut and weld. ANYONE who knows what they are getting into knows that will have to happen, even if it was designed for the vehicle.


    So whoever "THEY" are, probally drive s10s with bolt on kits......easiest trucks ever to bag.
    Hah i was going to ask the same thing. :bigthumb:
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    are those panther juice wheels? they look similar to my old elite barbs

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