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I too, want to drop mine about an inch. But I want it done with coilovers. I think when the workers went on strike in Mexico, had an effect on aftermarket catching on.
 

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I too am looking to lower my blazer I have contacted 2 companies and they so far have no intention of making a kit as of now :(
 

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I too would really like a lowering kit that includes stiffer springs. My RS feels too bouncy and has too much roll.
 

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I've contacted about 7 suspension companies. The only hopes are Eibach and H&R Springs. They need more demand so please email them. Eibach is our best bet. I spoke to their tech support person, who seems optimistic with more demand. For the one asking why, it looks like a performance SUV. I'm supercharging mine and putting on a splitter kit, wheel spacers, CAI and exhaust, so lower makes sense. If you want an offroad vehicle get a Wrangler or Bronco!
 

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IFor the one asking why, it looks like a performance SUV. I'm supercharging mine and putting on a splitter kit, wheel spacers, CAI and exhaust, so lower makes sense. If you want an offroad vehicle get a Wrangler or Bronco!
No one buys this gen of Blazer for serious off-roading.

Lowering makes sense for what? It is an SUV, it is NOT a racing AWD platform! More power will make it a sleeper street performer. But lowering this Blazer is a wasted folly on the street. You aren't driving anywhere fast enough nor safe enough to benefit from lowering. Not unless you are entering it a closed course racing venue.
 

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No one buys this gen of Blazer for serious off-roading.

Lowering makes sense for what? It is an SUV, it is NOT a racing AWD platform! More power will make it a sleeper street performer. But lowering this Blazer is a wasted folly on the street. You aren't driving anywhere fast enough nor safe enough to benefit from lowering. Not unless you are entering it a closed course racing venue.
Lowering actually makes it handle better (stiffer with less roll in turns). I had a Jeep SRT before this and lowering it made it ride better. I'm not looking for a sleeper. It will look super nice and handle better. I live in Colorado so driving up and down the mountain the way I like to drive matters.
 
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