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2000 blazer...need suggestions for new tires

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Old 06-18-2009, 08:18 PM
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2000 blazer and im looking for new tires and possibly new rims for it too. thinking about getting a 2inch body lift on it soon, so please send tires that would work with this and have no problem with rubbing. thanks
 
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get cragar soft 8 15x8 for rims i have them on blazer with a set of bfg 32x11.5 all terrains and i looks great but i have around 4 inches of lift so you might need to go with a smaller tire size cause mine just fit
 
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i like the cragar soft 8 15x8 rims, but is there a tire i can put them with that will fit at stock height?
 
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yes you can fit stock tires on those rims, I would go 235/75/15 if you wanna stay stock, but 30x9.5's will fit at stock height as well, but may rub at full lock depending on the backspacing you get.
 
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alright ya i was planning on getting bigger tires too. i have 4x4..so theres a good amount of room in the backspacing
 
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i have 4x4..so theres a good amount of room in the backspacing
what??
 
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1996 4x4

I have Uniroyal Liberators 30x9.50 on stock rims - available only at wally world, but they have a 500 treadwear rating! Have not noticed any road roar - only issue is during the winter they "thump" for the first mile untill the tire warms up and gets "round' again. That 500 treadwear = stiff rubber in the cold. about $110 ea. However - my spare no longer fits under the chassis. The bigger tire hits my box reciever frame.

They fit with no problems - I have a stock suspension - can turn full each direction.

a co worker has 97 Blazer with 235/70's and I sit noticeably higher than him.
 
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http://newhaven.craigslist.org/pts/1243490380.html
could these possibly fit on my stock 2000 blazer. i know it doesent tell much, but before i call the guy i want to make sure there a possibility..
 
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no, the bolt pattern will be off on those rims, if i remember right jeep's use a 5x4.5 bolt pattern, blazers use 5x4.75
 
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