Hey Guys. I have a 1994 Blazer that I have had for about six months now, no a/c when I bought it and it rides like a brick with a little rust but other than that it’s in great shape. I just replaced the blower motor, fuel tank and fuel pump/sending unit, and I’m getting ready for this front end rebuild. Have any of you tackled a FER on your gmt400s? If so what advice or tips can y’all offer for getting it done right? I’m a young guy and still learning but I have good help. One thing that stands out to me are the upper ball joints, which are riveted as opposed to boltons, how would you recommend removing them? Also is it absolutely necessary to have it up on a lift for easy access to suspension components? Or will jack stands in my driveway be “good nuff”? secondly, I figured, while I’m repping apart the suspension I might as well throw a lift kit on there, I went with the super lift 4-6 kit and think the front part will be easy seeing as I’m tearing the whole suspension apart anyway, but as far as the rear is concerned, are there ways to avoid drilling into the frame? And can installing the rear lift blocks and shocks be a backyard job? anything y’all can offer would be greatly appreciated, thanks!