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Our 2001 blazer 4wd lt nose dives when going over dips in the road. please advise what the problem might be. has new shocks, front end has been aligned and all front end parts have been check by gm dealers and found to be alright. Nothing we have done has helped the problem.

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I would suggest looking for a company that speacializes in coil springs. I dont know where you are from I had a customer with that same complaint sent them to Fort Worth chaimpion springs the fixed it right up. I am assuming you put on good shocks and not cheapos.

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