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Old 06-28-2008, 09:41 PM
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Please excuse my ignorance because I am new to Blazers but what is ther bolt pattern for a 4x4? Thanks alot, Austin.
 
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Default RE: Bolt pattern

it's a unique one...rims can be a little interesting to hunt down.

If you've got a S-series (again, post vehicle info ), It's going to be 5x4.75. On top of that, stock backspacing is 6' on a 4wd.
 
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Old 06-28-2008, 11:10 PM
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Yes its an S-series. Thanks again. -Austin
 
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5 on 4.75 isn't as unique as you may think. It was the standard bolt pattern for GM until 86 or so, and taht was on all GM products expect the truck line.
 
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