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Old 04-30-2009, 10:29 AM
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I'm looking at a set of rims off of the 2wd S10's. I know my rim on my 4wd blazer is a 15x7 where the S10 rim is a 16x8.

Is there an offset difference? (I have a feeling this may be a dumb question) and has anyone fitted these to their 4wd Blazer without any issues?

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Answered before.

2wd = 4 something inch back spacing
4wd = 6 inch back spacing. The rims will stick out approximately 2" (alittle less actually) further per side.

It all comes down to how large the tires are going to be that you are considering running. For 29" outside diameter tires, you may be ok with a tb crank up front, but to go with 30" OD tires and these rims, you are going to have to look into a body lift along with the tb crank.
 
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