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will those tires fit on the regular 15 inch stock rims that come on a 96 4 door 4x4 blazer? needin to know fast.. time for some new tires.. thanks
 
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check the wheels n tires section....its a lil formula somethn bout a 15x7 + 3.5 - 4 over your rim width...I don't have direct access to it someone can correct me
 
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This question has been answered a lot....and I mean a lot lol.
Simple answer is no.
You'd be looking at a body lift with possible trimming.
 
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This question has been answered a lot....and I mean a lot lol.
Simple answer is no.
You'd be looking at a body lift with possible trimming.
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I'm not even sure you could get 10.5" wide tires to fit properly with 2" of lift.
 
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This question has been answered a lot....and I mean a lot lol.
Simple answer is no.
You'd be looking at a body lift with possible trimming.
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I'm not even sure you could get 10.5" wide tires to fit properly with 2" of lift.
he was asking if the tire would fit on the rim-yes they would.

as for fitting on his truck, i'd lean towards you guys knowing for sure (i haven't lifted my truck yet). i do know they would fit on the 1st gen's-without any lift (body or suspension). i was running 31's on my '84 before i lifted it. ok, they did rub, but only if i had the wheels cranked all the way and hit some bumps. but under normal driving, they were fine.
 
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Even with a body lift and stock wheels with 31x10.5's you will probably rub at full lock on the sway bar or frame considering the backspacing of the stock wheels.
 
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Originally Posted by okvortec View Post
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I'm not even sure you could get 10.5" wide tires to fit properly with 2" of lift.
mine isnt 4x4. mine is 2wd. I have 3.5" lift by fabtech and 31x10.50 on 15" rims my front wheel sticks out 1.5 inches farther...still had to trim inner fender quite a bit...
 
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mine isnt 4x4. mine is 2wd. I have 3.5" lift by fabtech and 31x10.50 on 15" rims my front wheel sticks out 1.5 inches farther...still had to trim inner fender quite a bit...
ok, i know your truck isn't 4WD, but you're telling me that with an extra 3.5" of lift, you still have clearance issues? what do we need to do to fit 31's with stock off-sets-a 6" lift? seriously, i'd like to know, 'cause i was thinking of raising my truck in the Spring so i could run 31's (plus it looks sweet too), but it's starting to sound like it's not an easy task with the 2nd gen's.
 
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but he's also running that with a 2" body lift, for a total of 8". plus he's runnin' around with 33's. i just want to be able to run 31's and not hit.
 

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