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Old 11-21-2009, 01:14 PM
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I just have a question and would appreciate any help. I currently have a 2002 Chevrolet Blazer 4WD, 2Door. I am planning to get BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires (LT235/75R15) and was wondering if Cragar Soft 8's would fit on my truck? Anybody, please let me know, thanks!
 
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As long as you get the correct backspacing and lug pattern , anything will fit on your Blazer
 
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I don't know too too much about trucks/cars so this may sound stupid...and i apologize if it does...but it's the specific sizes about my blazer that I'm not sure about. The backspacing on the rims would be either 4" or 4.25" and the lug pattern I believe is 5x4.75...do you happen to know if that actually fits? and another stupid question...how does the offset really effect it as well?
 
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Search around a bit in this section. Backspacing and offset are related. Stock back spacing on a 4wd S-series truck is 6". If you stay with stock tire sizes, then you should be ok to go down to a 4.25" back spacing.
 
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Okay, thanks a lot for the replies!
 
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In other words, they'll fit but stick out about 2" from your stock wheels.
 
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