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Old 10-09-2013, 09:50 PM
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thinking about getting these for my 2000 LS Blazer 4 door model ... gonna put 15x8 rims on it so i need to know if im gonna have to run spacers or not ... if so what size spacers should i buy .. 2" or 2.5" ... Any thoughts
 
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Old 10-10-2013, 09:40 AM
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It really depends on the backspacing of the rims you decide to get. On stock rims with tires that wide I'd guess you will rub on the frame and sway bar, and maybe on the back of the front fender, although you might get lucky with 275/60's. I ran 255/70/15's on stock rims at stock height on my 4 door 4x4 for quite a while and didn't have any rubbing. If your new rims have less backspacing than the factory rims you probably won't rub the frame or sway bar, but you will be getting a lot closer to the back of the front fender when you're turning.
 
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