1995 blazer, id like to raise it a bit to have 31" tires on it !!!!!!
where do i find rear leaves? can i just get a set of stock ones from the wreckers? and what about blocks?
http://www.shop.synergyoffroad.com/category.sc?categoryId=10 they have tons of stuff for s10' 2 inch body lifts blocs leaf springs you name it
Easiest thing would be to use a 2in body lift and use stock wheels to minimize the rubbing.
either a 2-3" body lift should do it with minor trimming, offset wheels will keep the tires off the frame... but make them rub the fenders... this can be doctored a bit. stock wheels will help with fender rubbing but your tires will hit your frame when turning, not much you can do about that. you can also crank the torsion bars and block the leaf springs at the back... both will get about the same amount of room. hope this helps, good luck
if you have a full size blazer you don't nead to lift it to fit 31's on it just got to take off you air dam and crank up you torsion bars.
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