ok **** ****, since talking to you i have been doign some thinking. You have a 1995 Blazer. Which means you have independent front suspension (IFS). as i told you, that means you do not have conventional "springs" in the front suspension. the rear suspension is still leag springs and shackle combo.
That makes the rear very easy to work with. you can get a complete leaf spring, or use an add-a-leaf to lift your current leaf spring. that would give you 2-3 inches in the rear.
For the front you would need to get a set of torsion bar keys. you COULD bottom out the stock torsion bar keys, but you would have a TERRIBLE ride due to the suspension being under a bind. you would also wear out ball joints due to the excessive pressure.
the aftermarket keys have their own draw back. most of the kits do not come with a drop pitman arm. this means that you will also be putting all of yoru steering components in a strain.
the other option is to do a true IFS lift kit. but this is well over $1100 for that setup. i get the picture that is out of your budget.
your cheapest way out to get 2-3 inches of lift would be to get a small drop pitman arm, torsion bar keys, and an add-a-leaf.
Shoot'em close. Less to pick.
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