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Unread 02-27-2010, 10:16 AM   #1
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cj5 build up...

Ok, so I am planning to notch the frame on a '78 K5 Blazer and set my '74 CJ5 on it. i have to shorten it 23in. but don't think that will be too hard. Then comes the swapping all the power brake components and stuff over and matching things up that are body mounted parts. No big deal right?....yea right! my question 2day is this...would anyone recommend changing the front springs from the stock 2 leaf flattened out blazer spings to springs that are more like the stock cj5 springs? i'm just not sure i like the front suspension set up on the blazer...it has WAY too much bounce!


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