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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-19-2002, 12:18 AM
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Suspension Lift

I want to put in a suspension lift to my 92 blazer 4 door. I only want a moderate lift of about 2". I hear the Superlift package for my truck is probably the best way to go.
Anyone know how much that will run me? (In Canadian Dollars) Is this the best way to go for a moderate lift? Will the ride be stiffer and bumpier?

Any and all responses are appreciated.
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Toronto, Canada
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-28-2002, 11:23 PM
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Re: Suspension Lift

The best lift will depend on the vehicle. In general when posting it makes replying much easier if you give a more detailed vehicle description. Is your Blazer 2wd or 4wd? What engine / transmission does it have and how much are you looking to spend? Do you want to install it yourself or pay someone else to do it?

I can't read minds but I can assume... if you are asking about the 2" SuperLift kit for the 4wd S-10 series Blazers and Jimmy it's an ok kit. This kit is basically comprised of a new torsion bar keys and new upper control arms. You re-index the torsion bars to provide more lift and then the new upper arms help to get the suspension back into an alignable position. If you've already cranked up the torsion bars this kit won't lift you much. The ride will suffer a little bit as you won't have quite as much rebound wheel travel, meaning when you drive into holes (or hit speed bumps at speed) the suspension is more likely to bottom out.

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www.PerformanceLifts.com
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