Hey guys. Ive been into the 73+ blazers for a while, but recently bought a 72 tub/frame Im gonna build up. It gonna run 40's, 14ff rear and D60 front, question is what suspension combo should I run? This wont be a mall crawler, but its my only first gen, dont really want to trim fenders on this one. I want anything from trail riding to sand dunes (I live in Pismo) and be able to drive on the road between them. Im guessing 10-12" of lift for those 40's. Here's the thing, I have quite a few spare parts, but mostly for the 73+ models. I have a set of DIY4X shackle flips and HD shackles and 8" lift springs, but again both for 73+. Also have ORD zerorates (+1") Another complication, Im going with a bigblock so Im gonna need a body lift (guessing 2"). Id like to do a combination of shackle flip/lift, springs, zero-rates and the 2" body lift to acheive the 10-12" of lift... I think. I would like to use parts I have if possible, but I can get new if needed as well. Just want to get the height right (reading that I should do +2" lift in rear to avoid sag for example) and make a nice all-around off-roader out of this thing. Should I do the shackle lift setup for a softer suspension, or more spring lift for a stiffer one? Again, general use (trails/sand/mud). What do you all recommend for a suspension setup? Thanks in advance guys.