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Old 08-27-2007, 05:15 PM
 
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Default 22's on extreme

Will i be able to fit 22's on my extreme. Id like to lower it as much as possible so if i cant do that with them i will just get something smaller. But could someone help me out. I really want the 22's, but would like to stay away from cuttin into the blazer.
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Default RE: 22's on extreme

i dont think they will fit with the truck lowered, but im not much into lowering so i dont really know
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Default RE: 22's on extreme

if your going to put 22's on it lowering it is going to not be to practical since you will only be able to lower it about 1 inch in the front and two in the rear also when lowering it on 22's you will have to cut out your bump stops or else when you go to roll you wont go very far when i test fit 22's on mine i ended up having to do that because the wheels somehow don't know why but they held the rear end in a weird way to were i didn't move very far but once cut it rolled like a trooper
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Well, damn... 20's shouldnt be a problem should they? I gotta keep my ride low... i come from having 240sx, and 300zx so i cant be sittin up that high!
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Default RE: 22's on extreme

20's is your best bet.. 22's is way too big.
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you can put 20's on it and still lower it, you can run a 245/35/r20 and gives you room to lower it, thats what i have so i can lower itbut still at stock height for now, pix in my photo gallery to give you an idea what it will look like on yours
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Default RE: 22's on extreme

My buddy just put 20's on his 98 4-door 2wd blazer. Theres a lot of room left in the wheel wells so hes either going to lower the fron 3" and back 4" or just go buy 22's and leave it at stock height.
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i know what you are saying millertime i have alot of extra room left in my wheel wells too but the thing is they will probably rub when you turn with a 22
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Thanks everybody, i am gonna try the 22's i think, if they dont work, ill put em up for sell!
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did you put the 22's on your ride? and try and lower it or did you go for the 20's and lower it?
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