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Thread: somethings wrong w/ my drop

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    is your drop supposed to be 2" spindles with 3" drop Coils, and 2" Drop Leafs with 3" blocks?...

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    2"spindle,3"coil and 3"leafs,2"blocks
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    Ohh i see.. and how much suspension you got under the back?? does the rear hit the frame??..

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    hell yeah, its sitting on the rear.definitely going to have to notch it
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    im just wondering cause ive gotta 3/4 drop for my blazer and i dont think its gonna be enough. even tho im gonna be useing 15" rims and 195/60 tires.. i want to go 4/5 and i was wondering if it hit frame with the 5" drop in the back

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    that aint a 5 in. drop in front then that would make mine a 10-15 in. drop in the front
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    well my frame ive done restored basically.. i sand blasted, primered and painted the whole thing myself.. ive done too much to it now to notch it.. so i guess ill just stick with the 3/4 drop...

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    mine did hit with a 5 in the back
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    Dude we know it isnt a 5" drop.. he hasnt gotten the right length drop coils..

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    Well ill just stick with what i got then... i believe if it was 2" Drop leafs w/ 3" blocks it wouldnt hit as easy.. cause i gotta S10 thats been done that way and it has plenty of space and has never hit frame on me...

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    If i did have a 5" drop i would of never started this thread.
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    just drop the front one more inch
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    nah see the blazers come with about an inch and a quarter higher in the back.. and i want mine to set level.. im gonna be running all the same size tires all around.. so its still gonna have just a tad bit more heigth in the back..

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    Lo86BLaZeR - just measure your frame front and back and then figure out how much your truck will drop.

    I know if I did a drop on my S-10. a 3/4 would place the front 5" off the ground and the back 4-5" off also..since my truck actually sits even. The lowest I'd want to be is 4" off the ground since we have speed bumps that are 3" high..damn BIG..

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    i guess its better that way as for me i'll have to notch my frame now. and who nows what else. all for wanting to be lower to the ground. for example i need to get some 1/4 inch wheel spacers for the front to clear the outer tie rods and thats on top of my 2" wheel spacers.
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