Hi all! I just inherited an '84 Blazer and after visiting this site, I've decided to do some upgrades. The blazer will be used primarily for trail-riding and rock climbing in the Texas Hill Country (Extreme flex is the goal). As a new convert (I've been heavily involved in the street scene) I do need a little advice. First of all, I plan on installing an ORD 4" rear shackle flip, ORD high-strength front shackles, and either Tuff Country of Alcan front 4" springs. I plan on using 35" tires (swampers or BFG MT's, I'm undecided) and of course, I've got a sawzall and I'm dying to use it. My Blazer is currently stock, and I'd really like to get started, but I do have some questions... with a 4" lift (approx 5.25 with the HD shackels) will I need to drop my transfer case? I realize I'll have to get a drop steering arm, but what other pieces do I need to keep the driveline and steering system properly lined up and vibration free? Also, I was wondering if Depdog might be able to shed some light on exactly how he went about rebuilding his rear springs and if he could explain how he modified his Tuff Country front springs. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.