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Old 05-19-2015, 09:05 PM
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I'm looking to buy new tires for my 4x4 4dr LS Blazer 2003. I pretty much want something more mean looking and good for everything, like thick and beefy. I was looking at the BFG all terrains but was wondering if anyone had any recommendations on tires. Can you post pics and stuff of your guys' stuff and maybe some links?
 

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I guess while I'm here, does anyone have any recommendations on what to do with the stock mudflaps? I hate them.

And I guess wheel size as well, should I get bigger wheels or just leave the 15's?
 
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Originally Posted by nstlol View Post
I guess while I'm here, does anyone have any recommendations on what to do with the stock mudflaps? I hate them.

And I guess wheel size as well, should I get bigger wheels or just leave the 15's?
Bfg A/t all the way.......I stayed with the stock size, as I gave it a lot of thought on a lift and have decided against it......
 
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I'm using Cooper Discoverer A/T3 and I haven't had a problem with them through snow, rain, mud, ice. They've handled it all. They're the tires actually on the truck. They aren't the most aggressive, but I do a good bit of highway driving so I wanted to keep some of my mpg's lol Name:  IMG_5720_zpsdea4145d.jpg
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Oh, and as for the mudflaps, I just took mine off and scrapped them.
 
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Old 05-20-2015, 12:27 AM
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15 in wheels are from yesterday. 16 in or 17 in would serve you better.
 
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Old 05-20-2015, 06:11 AM
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15 in wheels are from yesterday. 16 in or 17 in would serve you better.
How so, less sidewall makes for a harder ride. Maybe he wants to off road also. Mine are Super Swamper Irocs and they ride great
 
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Not too many trucks made today with 15in wheels.
 
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Old 05-20-2015, 10:17 AM
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Yes, but Blazers were
 
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i have 31x10.5r15 Federal Couragia Mud Terrains and i LOVE them. great tire in mud, rock, rain, and fairly quiet. get a little hum out of them on the highway but not too bad.. very reasonably priced also..
 
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