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I have a 95 RWD 4 dr Blazer that needs a front end rebuild. I am thinking of doing drop spindles since I am changing the upper and lower control arms out anyway. My question is, do I have to add different springs, or do I have to cut the front springs, or will the stock front springs still work? The vehicle only has 150,000 miles on it if that has any bearing on spring life, etc... I am only lowering the front. Going for stance. Adding a cowl induction hood soon as well (as soon as I find one cheap enough). If anyone can point me to a previous thread, or has instructions, or advise that is constructive and helpful, that would be welcomed.

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Nope. You do not need to change springs. However, at 150k the springs should be OK, but they are fairly cheap and it may be worth replacing them while you are in there. Rockauto has 1 set of genuine GM springs for $105 right now - More Information for GM GENUINE 15058961
 

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My 04 2wd Blazer with Belltech drop spindles and Belltech 2 inch drop springs total 4in drop on the front. 20x8.5 Vision-Torque with 235/35/R20 tires.

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2" Belltech spindles stock springs
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My 04 2wd Blazer with Belltech drop spindles and Belltech 2 inch drop springs total 4in drop on the front. 20x8.5 Vision-Torque with 235/35/R20 tires.
looks bad***, I’ve had those wheels for like 10yrs, not many ppl have em. I wish they came in a 22
 
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