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2002 Chevy Blazer 2dr 4x4

Old 01-03-2006, 09:53 AM
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Great Forum: I have a 2002 2dr 4x4 Blazer with the stock rim and tire combo, actualy stock all around. I am in Canada and have been told by the dealers that I cant change this. I am looking to install the largest possible tire on the 15" rims that I can without potentially hitting anything, nor affecting the ABS, which is what I was told.

The dealers dont always speak the truth, what can I do. Any help would be appreciated.

Old 01-03-2006, 11:55 AM
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Some 30x9.50s would be the biggest you could go without hitting anything. You may need to get your torsion bars cranked a little bit to make a little extra room. You could go with an all-terrain tire or a tire designed for the street. I'm not really sure how mudders would work maybe there is someone out there with them that could help.
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