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Old 09-21-2010, 01:06 AM
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Default Corvette C6 wheels on s10?

Im looking into some C6 Vette wheels for my first gen s10 blazer, will they fit? Im also trying to find some suspension components to lower it about 3 inches all the way around. looking for an even look, any ideas for that? Thanks. I tried lookin at google but with the new system they are using its runnning rather slow.
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corvette rims will fit. to lower the front you can lower your torsion bars. I think that gives 2-3" of drop and them you can get a 3" lowering block for the back.
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I thought the corvette rims had preety close to the stock 4x4 backspacing They should just bolt up. Right?
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I thought the corvette rims had preety close to the stock 4x4 backspacing They should just bolt up. Right?
It would depend on how wide they are. I think they are 10in wide but not sure. If they are you will need at least 2in spacers
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