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2wd Lift Advice?

Old 08-05-2013, 11:47 PM
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So I'm new to this forum...or any forum for that matter. I haven't even had a chance to put any ride pics up yet, but nonetheless I have a few questions that need answers. I have a 2003 Blazer ls 2dr 2wd. So far, all I've done with it is lift the rear end 2 inches via an add-a-leaf kit to prevent the typical sag when towing, but just like with tattoos or a good whiskey, it's real easy to want more and more!
Within the next month or two, I plan on getting a 4 inch lift (2 inch body+2 inch spindle lift), but I'm conflicted on what size tires I'll be able to comfortably fit. I was looking at 32" BFG All-Terrains, as I do a 50-50 split highway/off-road commute during my average week. Besides the tire size confliction, I'm not sure as to the amount of available space I'll have between the tire and the fenders. Any advice is appreciated and if you have any pics similar to the rig I'm looking to build, post them and I won't complain!
Any advice on lift types or any recommendations for tires, mechanics, ect., would also be warmly welcomed!

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Old 09-08-2013, 12:19 PM
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I'm gonna put a 2 in bl on my 01 2wd with 31s but if you don't wanna trim I would recomend 32s
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