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1994 S-10 blazer fender cut suggestions

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Old 04-07-2014, 09:21 PM
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So I recently got 31s. I want to put them on my truck. I tried to today, but do a large dismay, they rub on the front fenders. SO I would like to have suggestions on how to cut them so the tires fit, AND so they dont look totally hack.
 
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Is your blazer at stock ride height?
 
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:55 PM
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yea i would at least put a 2" body lift on it pics would also be a nice add :P
 
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tajohns34: yes it is at stock height still, not lifting til SAS. dragoon1101: the frame already sits low enough at stock, so no, plus i do not wanna do a frame drop, because pointless.
 
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