Couple of shots of my Blazer on 36's

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  1. Smash

    Smash Crossfit

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    well, it was a beautiful sunday so I figured I would spend some time washing and polishing the old Blazer. I havent cleaned it up since I got it lifted, so it was definetely a reward to get it all cleaned up with it jacked up in the air. I had to use a damn step ladder to reach the top of the truck and I am 6' 1" !

    anyways, I snapped a few shots of it after I was done...

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  2. KingGargantuan

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    So out of curiosity has that truck seen any more dirt than a gravel driveway.
     
  4. slowrado

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    Your from FSC.com right?
     
  5. Wolvrin704

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    What does that matter?

    Nice Blazer Smash, I'm jealous. :bowdown:
     
  6. Smash

    Smash Crossfit

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    yeah, its seen some off-road when I take it on trips to the lake or to my buddies farm. I have to wait until I throw my new rear end in it before I can seriously take it off-road. It is way to undergeared right now with that big of meats for me to go rompin' on the gas pedal.

    yeah, that forum is great! I actually bought everything used from various members of that site except for my body lift!

    Thanks bud! It has been a long time coming.... I bought the truck three years ago and I slowly been modding it over the years.
     
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    Alright cool. It would be a shame for all that equipment to go to waste.
     
  8. accordfreak93

    accordfreak93 Go Preds!

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    geez, how much body lift is on there? for some reason looks like a lot. oh well, nice lookin blazer.
     
  9. Smash

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    6" suspension, 3" body. Pretty standard lift for the most part
     
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    Looks nice man. I'm digging the grill and everything else :cool:
     
  11. accordfreak93

    accordfreak93 Go Preds!

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    nice, i dont know much bout truck lifts. i know more bout jeeps and i know over 1.5" is not really recommended on jeeps. guess its diff on trucks and suvs.
     
  12. rezalb

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    Now you gotta do a SFA swap with dana 60 and throw a 14 bolt in the rear, lock it up, put a BBC it and you will be fucking set...Nice looking Blazer though...
     
  13. dirtybird43

    dirtybird43 Guest

    Smash, where in KS are you from?
     
  14. Nice looking Hoe. :bigthumb:
     

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