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Old 11-28-2011, 06:14 PM
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I have a 1999 blazer 4dr that I want to put a rough country 2.5inch suspension lift and 2 inch body lift kit on. I want to put 33s but i would settle for 31s. Can i fit 33s on it with those mods, and i would put cragar soft 8s on it. Thanks
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you should be able to considering the stock wheel size is a 29 ( I think ) and then your adding a total of 4.5" of lift and a 4" bigger tire so it may be tight and require some trimming of the fenders or it could be just right but either way it should work. I am planning on doing a rough country 2.5" suspension lift and a 3" body lift and I am sure I can easily clear 33's possibly even 34's so I don't see why you wouldn't be able to go with a 33 I am definitely going to post some pics of mine when it is all done you should do the same.
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I will definitely post some pics when I get it done maybe it will help someone else! Thanks for the help but one more question do you think I should just go on the safe side and use 31s?
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why not meet in the middle and go with 32 11.5 15's then, i had 31's on my 2000 with just shackles and tbar crank and i only rubbed the frame at full lock, but if your going to be going with aftermarket rims you should be fine.
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why not meet in the middle and go with 32 11.5 15's then, i had 31's on my 2000 with just shackles and tbar crank and i only rubbed the frame at full lock, but if your going to be going with aftermarket rims you should be fine.
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Thanks I will probly go with 32s I didnt really think about that size, but it makes since thanks!!
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