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"whitey"
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Finally lowered my trailblazer ss

It has taken me 10 years of ownership, but my SS is looking like is should have since new

Used: Tony's upper a-arms, Belltech lowering front struts, Scotts adjustable lowering rear links

Then added Nitto Invo 315/35/20 with Tony's 20x10 chrome repos and of course Tire Stickers

She sits 30" up front and 30.25 rear



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Looks great! Stance and wheels. I would just get rid of the side step. Kills the low sporty look. That piece is and looks better on lifted or stock Trailblazers.


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"whitey"
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Looks great! Stance and wheels. I would just get rid of the side step. Kills the low sporty look. That piece is and looks better on lifted or stock Trailblazers.


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Thanks,

This is our daily driver all winter, with the running boards and 10 years, there are zero stone chips on the bottom of any of the doors
 

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"whitey"
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Looks AWESOME...Killer stance
Thanks, I even had the local tire guy chase me down @ the grocery store to get a closer look (he doesn't sell NITTO's)
 

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Love the stance, bowtie hitch cover, vette emblem, etc., but not digging the side steps either.
 

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THAT is what I want mine to look like.
you used no spacers on the drop struts and the 3" drop springsin the rear?
I looked in the store for those rear endlinks but couldn't find them...

anyway looks great... effin sick. 315s are just mean
 

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"whitey"
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THAT is what I want mine to look like.
you used no spacers on the drop struts and the 3" drop springsin the rear?
I looked in the store for those rear endlinks but couldn't find them...

anyway looks great... effin sick. 315s are just mean
Thanks,

I used the 8mm spacers that came with the struts up front
Still using factory air bags in rear

You will find the lowering links on Scotts store in the suspension lowering section, (with the instruction on how to assemble)

As I stated before, this truck is driven ALL year around (winter and summer). I will be re installing the factory struts, wheels and tires this winter
 

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Why are you putting the factory stuff back on it?
 

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"whitey"
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"whitey"
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Still one of the cleanest I've seen around. The snow is the reason I won't lower my daily. It turns these things into snow plows.
Thank you,
Wish I could afford one of your motor/trans setups so it would GO with the SHOW :biggrin2:
 

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I am trying to find the correct lowering parts for my 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 4wd. I have looked into the Belltech kit and read that there have been major modifications to the kit in order for it to work properly. Even with these modifications, there has been issues. I bought this vehicle for my step son and I would like to lower it 2" and 3" correctly so that the vehicle will ride good and last. Can anyone direct me to a good resource?
 

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"whitey"
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I am trying to find the correct lowering parts for my 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 4wd. I have looked into the Belltech kit and read that there have been major modifications to the kit in order for it to work properly. Even with these modifications, there has been issues. I bought this vehicle for my step son and I would like to lower it 2" and 3" correctly so that the vehicle will ride good and last. Can anyone direct me to a good resource?
Contact "NORCAL" on the store section, he will set you up with what you need
 

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Lighter-than-you
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Love the stance, bowtie hitch cover, vette emblem, etc., but not digging the side steps either.
Those sissy steps are horrid.. You wouldn't see paint chips unless your eyes were 6 inches from the rockers, but those steps are 1,000 footers.
 

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"whitey"
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Those sissy steps are horrid.. You wouldn't see paint chips unless your eyes were 6 inches from the rockers, but those steps are 1,000 footers.
Thank you for your opinion, Either you hate"m or love'm, I like the look and protection from stones and salt. Mine DOES go to shows and Does win awards so the six inches must count for something.
 
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