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2wd rims on 4wd

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Old 04-21-2005, 11:00 PM
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Default 2wd rims on 4wd

just for the hell of it i decided to see if my 16" aluminum rims on my sonoma would fit the 4wd blazer. well, they bolt on, but they stick out a mile. so just to let you all know, 2wd rims don't fit a 4wd blazer. damn, coulda had some nice rims on it for free, oh well.
 
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:18 PM
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Damn that woulda been sweet.

I'm just waitin for that Blazer to be a lil closer to Earth

Here's a question for you: A coworker told me that the rear axle on my Blazer is shorter than the front. I was telling him that the rear tires looked like they were leaning in a little bit and he told me that's because the axle is about an inch shorter. Have you ever heard anything like that? I can see where it could be, but he could also be bullsh*tting me.
 
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Old 04-22-2005, 11:54 PM
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i dont really know. the only way to be sure is grab a tape measure. i know my recently sold 4wd full size blazer was like that, but it looked more like a few inches. it looked stupid, the rear wheels looked like they could tuck and the fronts stuck out a mile. do you have a 4 or 2wd?
 
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