I just found out about this new suspension system from Australia called Kinetic Suspension http://www.sprfetch.about.com/cgi/sprinks/sprunder2.htm?terms=cars&ref=000165, that gives me an idea about how this system works and I think it would totally KICK ASS on any blazer!!! The following paragraphs are a quote from the second website I listed and if you go there it has a diagram that sums it up pretty well. So simple, yet so awesome!! Come Awn fellas!! YEEEEE HAAAA! Sorry, I don't usually get too excited, but this system is BAAAADDDDD!!!!! For those of you not familiar with the Kinetic Suspension System (KSS), here's a little background. In the late eighties Australian inventor Christopher Heyring had an idea for a new kind of suspension. His idea was similar to Active Suspension but with a twist. Instead of using the sophisticated electronics and pumps to control four shocks, he envisioned an interconnected suspension that would use the energy created by the suspensions travel to balance the vehicle. It's an elegant solution that allows a Kinetic equipped vehicle to maintain near equal loading on all wheels even in extreme conditions. In essence it's a passive active suspension. Heyring and his team at Kinetic has continually refined the system since receiving their first patent in the early 90's. Since then they have received nine more US Patents on variations and refinements on the original concept. Here's how the basic KSS works. Each wheel is connected to the body by sturdy double acting ram. The front wheel rams are interconnected with the diagonally opposed rear wheel rams. The upper chambers of the front rams are connected to the lower chambers of the rear rams. The lower chambers of the front rams are connected to the upper chamber of the rear rams. This creates two individual "fluid circuits," each comprising a front ram and a diagonally opposite rear ram (and a pressure balancing mechanism). When one of the front wheels hits a bump the ram is pushed upward and the fluid from the upper chamber is pushed into the lower chamber of the opposing rear ram. This reaction balances the vehicle's body motion. The system keeps all four wheels firmly planted on the ground at all times by keeping a nearly equal load on all four wheels. While the KSS could be used in many applications, the system is best suited for SUV's. Besides improving both their on and off-road performance, the system should dramatically reduce high profile SUV's propensity to roll over. Another benefit of the KSS is that it does away with springs, shocks and sway bars while retaining solid axles. In late 1999 Kinetic was purchased by Tenneco Automotive. The global manufacturing company will sell the system under their Monroe brand. Back in 1997 Kinetic reported that " production development programs are underway within a major US licensee." That Licensee is Chrysler, apparently they've been working with Kinetic since 1995 to develop a system that would be viable for mass production. The refined X-System is the fruit of that labor. While the Overland Grand Cherokee will be the first to use the system a source close to Jeep reports that it has also been developed for use on the Wrangler! The Overland Wranglers will be showing up in either 2002 or 2003. Folks who have driven kinetic equipped Jeeps, report that the system is phenomenal both on and off road. On-road the system dramatically reduces body roll, off-road it increases wheel travel and reduces articulation stiffness. My source tells me "if you think your Jeep is awesome off-road now, wait till you drive a Kinetic Jeep . . . they are amazing!" I can hardly wait. So simple, yet so awesome!! Come Awn fellas!! YEEEEE HAAAA! Sorry, I don't usually get too excited, but this system is BAAAADDDDD!!!!! Check it out!! Buddy 72 K-5, 33x12.5's, 350/350/205,12-bR,d44F soon to be 39.5'x15.5s, EFI502/nv4500/doubler205, d60F, d70R. Stay tuned.