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Old 01-04-2007, 02:00 PM
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15x8 5x4.75 3 3/4 backspacing -19mm offset. Is anyone rolling on theses rims? I have been told the offset of these will not work with the S-10 Blazer
 
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I got them on my 2000 4x4 2dr.235/75/15 and dont rub
 
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Well if you have a 4 x 4 you need a wheel with a +34 offset or better because if you have anything lower than that the wheels will stick out way too much. Unless you have fender flares. But if you have 2wd then you should be fine.
 
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when you say + 34 or better then mena bigger then 34 or smaller?
 
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