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    Default Lift for a weak spring

    Hello,
    My 95 Blazer 4WD with 150,000 is 1.5 inches lower on the driver side that passenger measured at the top of the wheel well. My mechanic says it is a weak or worn spring and not to worry. Is there an inexpensive fix that one has experience with?
    Thank you,
    Chris

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    Replacing a spring is not too difficult if you have the equipment. The tricky part is putting them on do to they need to be expanded and compressed with the weight of the vehicle.

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