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Does anybody know what make tires originally came on the ZR2 Blazer when you rolled it off the showroom floor?
 
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Pretty sure they were 31 x 10.50R15
 
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Goodyear Long Trails, great tires if you never leave the pavement as they last forever. Totally worthless for any kind of offroading.
 
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Goodyear Long Trails, great tires if you never leave the pavement as they last forever. Totally worthless for any kind of offroading.
Long trails are made by BFG.

I have them and they have seemed to last for quite a while. You're right about the offroading thing though. Pretty much useless in non-ideal road conditions.
 
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Could of swore they were Goodyears. Guess one really does learn something new every day.
 
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Yeah, BFG's, I had Land terrains and they were also useless as t**s on a bull.
 
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yo 31s ? are you sure i just had some mounted on my 05 zr2 with dumb *** eagle alloys .... offset and they rub the front flarettes hard cost me 80$ bucks and off they come ........does any one know 4 sure if they will fit with factory wheels ????? or do i got to lift it?
 
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ZR2s/Highriders have/had 31x10.50x15 tires stock. The brand varied between the ZR2s and Highriders. One was the Long Trail. I don't remember the other one. If you have aftermarket wheels, you'll probably get a rub on the fenders. Go back to stock rims and you'll be fine.
 
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