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Inspection in New Jersey Who knows about it

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by radar, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. radar

    radar Registered Member

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    How high can you lift a K5 Blazer and still be able to pass
    inspection in New Jersey.

    Whats the limit
    Thanks
     
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    Chris Demartini 1/2 ton status

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    <font color=blue>Go to the Winslow Specialty Site. They are the best to deal with. My dad spoke to the inspector over the phone several times, he says that if your truck is taller than legal (9") he will pass it as long as its built right. Asbury park fails everyone. How high are you going?
     
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    If the truck has 4" of total lift (tires + suspension) you can go to any inspection station. If the truck is over 4" of lift (tires + suspension) you will need to go to a specialty shop where they will do a roll over test. I know there is one in Asbury Park and one in Morristown.
     
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    They have always passed a 4" lift with both 33's or 35's at the station by me in Northwest jersey with out a problem. I think if you go to a 6" they might require a stability test? Where do you live?
     
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    MOVE!
     
  9. radar

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    Warren county

    My Blazer will have 4" suspension lift and a 2" body lift
    With 35" tires
     
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    Where abouts in Warren county? I am in Sussex county, Stillwater Twsp, on the border of Warren. My friends and I, all with lifted trucks, get inspection in the Newton station and never had a problem there. we all range from about 3"-6" lift heights before tires. how much lift are you talking about?
     
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    Hackettstown

    (86 K5 Blazer 6 inches of lift and 35 inch tires)
     

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