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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2001, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Instructions for performance acc lift

Does anyone know if the directions for a 2 inch performance accessories lift for a 97 blazer are posted on the internet somewhere? I would like to know what it includes and what welding needs to be donw before I order it and put it on myself.

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

That would be great i would like to see those also before i order one. I have a 94-up truck

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

Go to http://s10-4x4.com and read the BBS there. If you had a Blazer, I would send you mine. Really it IS a bolt in though on a late model.

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

Diver, Did you say you have the "instalation tips" for a PA body lift kit? It would be great if you can email it to me. I am waiting for the lift kit to arrive right now. WIll I need to ge longer brake lines? and parking brake cables? and how thick should the bumper relocation brakets be? I will be working on this next on my 96 S10 4WD Blazer.

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

You don't need to get longer anything. Didn't the kit come with bumper brackets? If not you can get them. But they don't need to be any thicker than your stock ones or 1/4" or less. Look at your and you'll see. Look at my old posts and you can see mine there.

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

Thanks Diver. I ordered the kit but have not received it yet. But from other posts they have mentioned the extensions...and someone suggested to custom make the rear bumper relocation brackets due to the one's in the kit being "flimsey"

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I don't have the instructions for the kit anymore, but the only welding involved is the shifter linkage. You just remove it and cut it on the end that slopes down and weld in the extension. It really is not all that hard it's just a really good idea to figure out which bolts you will need to remove and soak them with liquid wrench for a couple of days before you try and remove them. My biggest problem was rust and mud covered bolts that were a bitch to get off. Good luck!
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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

In my blaser i have a console shifter. Does this move up with the body lift or stay with the frame? Is this a problem?

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I am not sure what you mean by a console shifter?

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Re: Instructions for performance acc lift

Instead of the shift selector on the steering column its in front of the storage bewteen the seats. I'll try to find a pic later.

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