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Old 10-15-2006, 02:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ruf ride zr2 help ?

my boss want to get his 98 zr2 blazer to ride softer. he think loosening the trosion bars will help? i dont think it will , just lower the stance. any pointers?
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he think loosening the trosion bars will help?
it will work perfectly and dont forget the before and after pics.
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if he wants a softer ride, he's better off selling the ZR2 and buying a car. You're not ever going to get a soft ride out of a ZR2.
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