2002 Chevy trailblazer LTZ Project

JayBlazer02

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3 inch level kit using spacers. I plan on upgrading the rims and tires the rims were already faded even with polish so decided to plasti dip them temporarily until I upgrade the wheels and tires I was thinking of doing spacers for a wider stance and changing the rims and tires anyone have any suggestions ? Also if anyone knows of any good off-road upgrades please comment below appretiate it and this is my project vehicle I have a daily work vehicle so this is really just for fun I bought this for $3800.00 in 2018 & havent had any issues with it I have 136k miles and have put 45k miles on it no breakdowns I changed the oil 3 times since owning it and recently swapped the air filter out and did the 3 inch level lift. Going to upgrade it more for off-roading
 

Mooseman

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Welcome to the Nation. Looks good for an 02 and a solid foundation for your plans.
 

TollKeeper

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Good foundation, but I am curious what kit you used for the 3 inch lift. Something doesnt look right..
 
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JayBlazer02

JayBlazer02

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Good foundation, but I am curious what kit you used for the 3 inch lift. Something doesnt look right..
I have not had it aligned yet. I am waiting on a new set of rims and tires the front looks a little off because of it. they are just 3 inch spacers. The brand is supreme suspensions and they have a 3 inch level kit.
 

Matt

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Did you flip and cross over the UCA's?
 

Matt

Silver Supporter
I didn’t but hear that’s a good trick when lifting !
Yep, if you lift then you need to flip and swap them from one side to another. Helps with getting the alignment done better and flattens out the ball joint angle some.
 

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