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2 inch lift 1.5 inch spacers what can i fit

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Old 12-22-2015, 08:54 AM
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i have a 2 inch lift and 1.5 inc spacers and i would like to put 32 11.50 on the stock rims does anyone think thees will work and if not what should i go with
 
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On my non zr2 I had to go 2.5 lift and 2 inch body lift plus mild fender well trimming to fit 31,s
 
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how wide are your tires and do you have spacers
 
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My tires are 10.5 no spacers. The truck pictured is a zr2 blazer and comes stock with 31 in tires
 
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I ran 32x10.5" (265/70/17) tires on my 4 door Blazer. I had 1.5" t-bar crank, 2" body lift and trimmed a large pie out of the back of the front fender well. It's doable, but it takes a lot of work and you have to be willing to chop the fenders.
 
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i don't think i am going to do any chopping
 
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what is involved with the body lift is it just the lift or do you have to extend the shifter and such
 
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Cheap lift shackles and a torsion bar adjustment, paired with some front lower valance trimming and some hammering on the bottom rear for the front wheel opening let me fit 31x10.5x15's on some aftermarket wheels. Still get a little rub on the rear of the wheel opening when turned just right and hitting a bump, but it's not too bad. And because of how far the tires stick out, the rear tires DO contact the fenders under flex... Probably wouldn't be as bad if I didn't have 1.25" spacers in the rear (purely for looks, since the 4x4 has a narrower track width in the rear for some stupid reason...)

 
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what size lift
 
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what is involved with the body lift is it just the lift or do you have to extend the shifter and such
Body lift in my opinion is much easier than suspension lift
 

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