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1998 Zr2 With a 2" lift. No rubbing up front and a little in the rear(only on big bumps). Ill be making 2" lift shackles this week to eliminate this problem.
Now the 33X14-15 does rub a lot when at full turn. My daily driver tires, 33x12.50-15, do not. The only real trimming was the front bumper. It is very close to hitting, but nothing. Drove on then all day, even through a field. Only rubbed in the rear.

And all the mud is from me washing my truck yesterday... That was a job and a half...lol






 
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lookin good man lol must be nice to have a zr2. i always thought 33x12.50's would rub the sway bay even after trimming...
 
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On a stock rim, no. With a wider one, im not too sure. Im saving up for some pro comp 15x8" rims soon.
 
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I have those tires but 32's. Enjoy, I really love them. They are a great tire.
 
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Originally Posted by mikeinwi View Post
i always thought 33x12.50's would rub the sway bay even after trimming...
my 31x10.50s rub the sway bar with stock wheels. There a noticeable spot where it is wearing.
 
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My Boggers rub A LOT!!! The Pro Comp A/T's don't. I was very surprised. Even going through a rough field, they didnt rub anywhere but the rear. I was going to go 32's, but my supplier only had 2 in stock. They had 36 of the 33's. Next year im gonna get a set of 33x12.5 Boggers. The 14" wide ones are a little much I find...lol
 
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Yep, now that's what I'm talkin about. Very cool Blazer.
 
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Originally Posted by bandidolenny View Post
Yep, now that's what I'm talkin about. Very cool Blazer.


What brand are your rims? Im having a hell of a time finding 10" wide rims with a 5-6" backspacing...
 
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Summit Racing has them... You can pretty much get any width and backspacing you would ever need there.
http://www.summitracing.com/search/D...n/?Ns=Rank|Asc
 
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