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Old 05-22-2010, 12:02 PM
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Ok.....here it is SS shocks and springs up front and stock rear. hopefully i can get 2" lowering springs and shocks for the rear soon.... lookn like a cat ready to pounce!



i love the front end grip now
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:58 AM
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Have 2002 Trailblazer TL, front shock is leaking and front end hopping when I hit larger bumps. Very uncomfortable feeling on the highway. After reading all the threads sounds like I should replace the springs and shocks. I didn't catch what the SS is all about, sounds like what I want. Were did you purchase yours from? Also did the springs come assembled with the shock? Fellow Hoosier, Chesterton, Indiana
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Does any one know the name/order number of these parts?

Sorry posted this in the wrong thread.
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Have 2002 Trailblazer TL, front shock is leaking and front end hopping when I hit larger bumps. Very uncomfortable feeling on the highway. After reading all the threads sounds like I should replace the springs and shocks. I didn't catch what the SS is all about, sounds like what I want. Were did you purchase yours from? Also did the springs come assembled with the shock? Fellow Hoosier, Chesterton, Indiana
did you end up going with the ss struts and springs?

i bought the springs from rockauto.com and the shocks from a local gm dealership. so i had the dealership install the springs, its somthing a pro should really do, its quite dangerous.
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Just a heads up- I have some of the blue/yellow rare SS struts for sale in the classifieds. I know they are very hard to find now so get them while you can!
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is this for left or right? Or is that p/n for a pair?
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TBSS Rear Shocks 15885746
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The part for the rear is ONE shock and may be used on either side. Neither our shocks or our struts/coil-overs up front are directional and the same part fits either side.
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my bad, found the answer on pg 6 and i guess you're too fast for me in posting your reply. appreciate it though!
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The part for the rear is ONE shock and may be used on either side. Neither our shocks or our struts/coil-overs up front are directional and the same part fits either side.
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Ok.....here it is SS shocks and springs up front and stock rear. hopefully i can get 2" lowering springs and shocks for the rear soon.... lookn like a cat ready to pounce!



i love the front end grip now
Looks good, I think I read you used the MOOG SS Springs instead of the ac delco, how does it ride? How much did it lower it?

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Looks good, I think I read you used the MOOG SS Springs instead of the ac delco, how does it ride? How much did it lower it?

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yes sir i did go with moog ss springs in the front. lowered it about .75-1" I also went with rear 3" lowering springs for a tahoe (which lowered the tblaze only about 1.3". The front shocks are acdelco bilstiens for the SS. and the rear i went with bilstien HD shocks. Perfect ride hieigth, more towing capacity and MUCH MUCH MUCH better handling. I will post pics of how she sits now. I HIGHLY recommend the setup i went with absolutely lovely. cheers


ps. as far as ride goes... it may not be as cushy as a stock tblaze, but by no means is it harsh whatsoever.
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