heyo... I'm recently new to owning an s10 blazer ('88, 4x4, 2.8L) and
offroading but i've been looking around (probably all the wrong places)
at what i can do to lift it up a bit. longer shackles for the rear
springs are easy enough, body lifts are easy enough (within reason),
but it seems that everywhere i go, the only thing talked about for the
front IFS is cranking the torsion bars tighter and getting lift by
twisting the arms down.
They all seem to h ve some sidelined comments about "topping out" more
often than not, harder wear & tear on the ball joints, steering mods,
what i'm wondering is, isn't there some sort of design of longer
control arms out there? or maybe some sort of block/brace/whatever
system to mount the arms lower..like offseting the mounts..? I'm pretty
sure i see such setups with various IFS Toyotas but haven't seen hide
nor hair of such for the blazer.
maybe someone here can point me in the right direction or straighten me
BTW, has anyone here tried converting to a solid front axle & leafs?
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