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Old 06-15-2010, 02:20 PM
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Does anyone have a picture of a stock blazer (atleast no lift) with 30" tires?


The thread on here says you should be able to fit 30" tires, but i cant view the picures that are attached, all i see is this
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My son has 31" on stock 99 suspension. He did do a 1.5" t-bar crank (simple to do) and had to remove the chrome trim piece in wheel wells. IMO, it looks better without the chrome trim anyway.

My Dad has 30" on bone stock 2001.
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my '02 is sitting on 30" tires. I should have pictures in my garage.
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hey guys...i got a 1994 chevy s10 blazer....its got stock 15 inch rims....whats the biggest tire size i can go with out rubbing....keep in mind i will be doing a little off roading....please help me out
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hey guys...i got a 1994 chevy s10 blazer....its got stock 15 inch rims....whats the biggest tire size i can go with out rubbing....keep in mind i will be doing a little off roading....please help me out
do some searching, its in like every thread, 30/9.5/15, those are the BFG TA KO
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ok i put 31's under a stock 2000 with little scrubing with no tbar crank you should be able to fit 30's no problem and to the 94 you can fit 32's with a little scrubing crank the tbars youll have no prob
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^dude that's way off on the first gen. I've got a 92 with 265/75/16 tires, they measure out to about 31.4 inch tall and 10.4 wide. With a 2 inch add a leaf, tbars up all the way and a 3 inch body lift I rub if I hit a bump in the road with the steering turned more than a half turn. And I've already trimmed the plastic fender flares, I'm rubbing fender. I'd hate to think trying to offroad with 32's stock height.

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I have a 95 blazer all i did was crank the t bars and i have 31x10.50s, and all i had to do was pound the fenders in a tiny bit, and it only rubs on big bumps. got pics of mine too.
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MUDBLAZERX, I want to see some pictures of 31" tires under your stock 2000 Blazer.
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Picka year, 30" is the biggest without rubbing.
31" with a 2" lift.
I fit 33" under my '87, granted it had a 3" body lift, and mild fender trimming, plus I beat the firewall back about 3/4". They still rubbed the frame at ful crank.
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