8" Superlift Suspension Lift w/Rear Springs, 73-91 Blazer. The 8" lift consists of Heavy Duty (HD) front leaf springs, durable Poly spring bushings, replacement front U-bolts, front sway bar brackets, brake hose relocation brackets, replacement rear leaf springs with Poly bushings and rear u-bolt kit. For steering correction, a 4" raised steering arm and a 4" adjustable drag link are also included. The kit is packaged complete with Superlift Superide shock absorbers.
Options include single and dual steering stabilizers, a 4" rear shackle flip kit and a front driveshaft spacer.
NOTE: If the vehicle is factory-equipped with auxiliary (dual) front shocks also order quantity two, part number 85150 Superide shocks.
NOTE: 88-91 Blazer/Jimmy models require additional part number 315-88 bushing sleeve kit.
Heavy Duty Front leaf springs
Durable Urethane spring eye bushings
Degree shim installed on the front springs to help driveline angle
Rear lift options include add-a-leaf and block or full replacement rear spring
Raised steering arm and drop drag link included
Sway bar drop brackets included
Front driveshaft spacer available
Superlift Superide shock absorbers included
1977.5-91 models require clearancing (machining) of the front driveshaft CV cluster to prevent binding. If vehicle has single exhaust, the cross-over pipe requires modification to clear front driveshaft.
Optional extended length brake hoses recommended.
Brake line / hose relocating hardware included in kit box.
Both driveshafts need to be lengthened.
This is a SwampRunner Series lift system that is intended primarily for off-road or exhibition use. Reference the "Important Product Use" section of the Warranty for additional safety related information.
Vehicles with 56" long rear spring can use spring if shackle hanger is relocated on frame for 52" long application.
88-91 Blazer require additional sleeve kit part # 315-88.
TIRE & WHEEL INFO:
38x14.50 tire on standard offset wheel
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The provided tire/wheel fitments are approximate.
Actual dimensions of a given tire size can vary considerably from one brand to another.
Manufacturers wheel offset and backspacing measurement points are not always consistent.
Backspacing greatly impacts tire-to-fender clearance when turning.
Wheel width and backspacing influence whether the tires protrude past the fenders, and to what extent.
Considering these important factors, we recommend that you fit-check your tire/wheel selection prior to purchasing.