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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TexasBlazerBoy, Dec 2, 2005.
1977 Blazer 350/350/203 stock
Does DIY4x have anything comparable to the ORD zero rate add a leaves?
IMO all zerorates are pretty much the same.
Can you give me the dwn lo on the white blazer on your website specifically the lift. I am wanting a 4" lift and run 35" BFG MTs. I have been reading about the shackle flip kit. ORD vs DIY4x? Recommendation on that. And while I'm at it, I was going to add the zero rate in the rear. Sound good/bad!!! 75% mud and as much trailing as I can get. Any recommendation on the front springs(kit PC,RC, TC blah blah) don't think I can handle the 52" front swap.
BDS or Tuff Country springs are going to be your best bet up front, and personally i would go with the DIY4X shackle flip. simply for the reason of easily adjustable shackle angle.
thanks for the input, appreciate it
White blazer on the homepage is 4" tc springs up front, ORD shackleflip with a zerorate(to level it out) in the rear. 35" BFG mud terrains. It now runs 37" SSRs with a zero in the front also(can you say sawsall)
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