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Old 04-17-2015, 05:08 PM
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I am very interested in upgrading my 31x10.5R15 tires to 33x10R15 with 2" shackles in the rear and fully cranked torsion bars in the front. I'm aware that trimming will be a must at this high and I'm perfectly fine with that. I just would like to know exactly how much trimming would be needed. I have a '95 S10 Blazer LS 4 door with 2WD S10 rims.
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All the way back to the firewall
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Why not just use a 2" body lift? You'll still have to trim, but it will keep your suspension from getting destroyed the first time you put it in 4WD
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With those big tires what will you do to restore your braking torque?
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Let's see, I have a ZR2 with a 2" body lift, 2" shackles and a slight tbar crank of about an inch. I had to trim up front on the firewall and had to trim out back on the fender flares. Oh, and I have the 4wd wheels on it with 33X10.5X15's.

Yeah, I don't see you having any problems at all with your plan.

If you REALLY want to put 33's on your Blazer you will need to put a proper lift on it or plan on breaking out sawzall and have yourself a trail rig.
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