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Spent 100 miles off pavement in the GWNF near Harrisonburg, VA. I would recommend anyone to give it a try.























 
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Trailblazer looks good. I love the first pic.
 
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Was that TECORE this year? I'm still a member over there, but I traded my 2wd Trailblazer for my ZR2. It looks like the off road community over there is growing.

Nice pics, and looks like lots of fun.
 
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It was Tecore 3. I would love to go back and do some of the tougher stuff. They did get a pretty cool vid of my truck on some 3 foot rock ledges and a side trail no one else would do.
 
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your trailblazer is great. now those 305's are about 32" right? did you have to trim your fenders at all
 
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It was Tecore 3. I would love to go back and do some of the tougher stuff. They did get a pretty cool vid of my truck on some 3 foot rock ledges and a side trail no one else would do.
Sounds good. Wonder if they would allow a ZR2, haha.
 
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32.8 if I remember right. I did trim the inner fenders a ton and the outer a couple inches at the front rear by the door, but will eventually cut more to fit whatever fender flare I can find that is even close.

I also have had 285 75 16 on there and have a set of 34x10.50 LTB's in the garage. One mounted as a spare and may mount the other 3 tonight. I have been wanting to play with them.

I usually swap tires alot, but the Pro Comps are the best tire I have had out of several set of mt's and swampers. BFG, Dayton, Firestone, SX, SSR, and I would buy these over any of them. Incredible offroad and quiet on. Super tough sidewalls too.
 
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