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Old 04-14-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
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Ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, awesome man, I LOVE it!
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I'd be scared to drive that thing.
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Haha awesome! What size motor is that?
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Nothing to fear Mike, it has wheelie bars and had recent alignment !!
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Did you lift that yourself? That doesn't look factory. Either way, that thing looks like it would be fun to drive.
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Far from factory Mike. Ya that lift i$ a bit of work. Done at friends shop on lift.
Fun to drive, but far from the comfort level of Park Ave. When it comes to highway cruising the car is superior. Camping, pull boat, Jeep is good. It is amazing lifted and with all skids, where it can go. (can you say tilt meter) LOL.
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Makes me wish I had the moolah to lift my wifes Blazer. (sigh).

Looks good!!!

Careful though. You did raise your center of gravity. Looks like she would tip easier now.
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"Makes me wish I had the moolah to lift my wifes Blazer."

I don't know about that. Blazers have a lot of ball joint, idler arm and like issues, a lift will make a vunerable configuration that much more vunerable. Go find a TJ Wrangler to lift.
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The kit I was looking at, replaces the existing upper and lower A-arms, it lowers the front diff along with a few other things I can't think of.
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