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Old 02-26-2017, 02:38 PM
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I got a 2000 blazer 4x4 with 2 inch shackles in the back and cranked tbars with 31s on. The tires are getting really worn and time for a new set and I'm thinking about putting 33 12.50s on. What more do I need for lift would a 2 inch body lift cut it and would I have the power to spin them. I have a stock 4.3 only thing is the restricter is cut out of the throttle body.
 
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the info in there sounds about right. im guestimating my 93 has about 9 inches of lift and the 33s will rub under extreme offroad situations

but i did fit 35s on a old 85 s10 with no lift if you dont mind removing your fenders and taking a hammer to the body

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I started out just like you and with a 2 in body lift, I had 32" mud tires scraping the **** out of everything underneath the truck. If you want to fit 33s and actually be able to do stuff, just spend the money now and sas the thing. Otherwise youre just gonna waste your money. Just my 2 pennies
 
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Changed my mind and ordered 31 10.50 bfg mud terrain km2s today. How are they in different terrain and highway
 
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I love my MT KM2s. Great in mud and rocks, not too loud on the highway. I find they're quieter than the Nitto ATs I had before. They're terrible in the snow though, like most MT tires.
 
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we have 31 10.50's on our ZR2 on stock rims... for now
 
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Cool ride!
 
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Originally Posted by CaRParts102 View Post
we have 31 10.50's on our ZR2 on stock rims... for now
Zr2. Tires are 31 inch anyways
 
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