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Old 11-15-2013, 10:40 AM
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Hey guys wanted to see if anybody wanted to go out there with me. Its a very easy trail, but I dont want to be alone on the old tires that I have on my truck now. shoot me a pm if your interested
 
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:26 AM
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I had a good time. There was two jeep groups out there and even a toyota group, plus a few hunters. Definitely the most trucks ive ever seen out there at once.



getting my 32s put on today.
 
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:49 AM
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Awesome! I'm there next time. Matching truck and all lol.
 
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Old 11-18-2013, 05:43 PM
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got my new tires, very very happy with how it looks. Hopefully some other blazers would be interested in making a trip to the forest soon.

 
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looks great man. way better than those slicks that were on there before haha
 
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:26 AM
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Sounds like you had fun.
What size are those tires, looks like you said 32's? Do they rub anywhere, and do you have a lift at all?
 
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Tires are 32/11.5 on the stock wheels. I have a shackle and a short add a leaf in the back but my truck was extremely saggy so its about 2" over stock. Cranked the tbars only about an inch, and the only trimming I did was on the front flarettes and valance. It wasnt a lot and I drove it for a few days without trimming and it only rubbed it reverse. Well see if I need to cut some more once I take it offroad. the rear tires will touch the the flare but only at FULL no sway bar articulation and its just enough to take the dirt off so Im leaving it for now.
 
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hmm, interesting, I want to jump up to 32" tires, let us know if you get any rubbing when off road. I will probably get something in that size when its time to get new tires.
 
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I was thinking about doing 33x10.50, but im glad I didnt becuase that would have required trimming in the back. The 32s are literally right on the money for squeezing past the fender when flexxing. On a street driven truck, 33s would be fine IMO.

 
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very nice, thanks for the pic. The new tires make your truck look much better imo.
 

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