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Old 09-03-2009, 08:29 PM
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Ok so I've got a 1997 chevy blazer with 22 in rims, but I just recently upgraded to a 2000 blazer. So i took both trucks to a local tire shop to have my rims put on the newer one, but the guy tells me that they won't fit! Now my question is why won't they fit, when both trucks are 5 lug? So if anyone has any clue as to why they can't fit, please let me know! I'm a female so please be gentle with me,lol
 
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is one 4wd and one 2wd?
 
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No, they are both 2wd
 
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Ok,so i just looked at my bill from the tire shop,yes i was charged for nothing but that's another story. But anyway it says that the rims wouldn't fit on the hub axle. So now my question is, what can i do to fix this and is it very expensive?
 
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