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    Help me bag rear of blazer!!!

    Alright first off im new to the site im not new to bagged whips i also have a 93 chevy 1500 bagged that i bought so im looking to bag my first truck i just got a 97 blazer 2 door from a friend already has a little notch in the rear i just would like more info about and kits out there or from someone who has already bagged a 2gen two door. im not looking to go all out with wheels i just want to be able to lay frame on 17's and keep the stock wheel wells. please help any info will be appreciated

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    Welcome. No kits. Use search. There's lots of good info here.
    '88, half bagged, 4.3, auto, 241k, 18" IROCS, blah, blah, blah

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    thanks

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    Call suicide doors.
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    after looking on sd i saw a super lift triangulated 4 link kit has anyone used it and can i make it work for my 97 cause when i called sd and he said i needed to give him measurements ?????

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    Thats because they will build your kit to your measurments. Lenght of the bars is what there refuring to.
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
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    yep and be prepared to wait about 3 months before you get it too.
    2002 S10 Blazer 22's - currently undergoing a a major revamp!
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    wow i didnt think it take that long to make. i was going to run my top bars to the inner frame rails that would work fine wouldnt it? and would i also need a panhard bar?

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    As long at they get at least 37 degrees of triangulation, that will work. And if you triangulate the uppers you do not need a pan hard bar.
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    sry to sound dumb but how do i measure the degrees and with what

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    Point them towards the front turn signals. That should be close enough. Or buy a angel finder.
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
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    *Angle
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
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    I have one like this one. Used it on my link.
    http://i00.i.aliimg.com/wsphoto/v0/5...ist-font-b.jpg

    But theres others the are diferent.
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
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    2000 Gmc jimmy 2 door 5 speed

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    Angle finder is the best way but you can get away with just spreading them as far apart on one end as you can get and as close together as you can get at the other.
    2002 S10 Blazer 22's - currently undergoing a a major revamp!
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    sweet that made my day alot easier now ill measure the length i need the bars to be order them from suicide doors and wait a few months........fuck lol

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