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Okay now I am gonna start collecting things I need to put on next summer (Christmas is commin ) Cosmetic and otherwise. Okay This is what I am going to do next summer on a 05 Blazer 4X4. I am putting on a set set of 1 1/2 inch Shackles(soon to be ordered from someone ) then I am gonna crank my T-Bars about the same, Then seriously considering a 2 inch PA Body lift. Now the question I have is how big of tires can I put on my stock Rims(for now) The truck is mainly my DD and will see SOME off pavement adventures, Probably not flexing or stuffing like some of you but I do wanna try some stuff. I want to be able to drive the streets with min rubbing. I wouldn't mind a LITTLE TRIMMING But remember my truck is an s-10 blazer without flares like the ZR2 has. I do like the big wide stance look. Bows head..... Should have ordered a ZR2 instead. So anybody know.

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if you just wanna drive the street and maybe trim a bit... 31's easy on stock height.... if you take it off road, id stick with 30's.... after the accessories, with trimming you coupld easily run 32's or 33's....
 
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If i were you, I'd do it in this order:

1: T-bar crank / shackles
2: Body Lift
3: 32x11.50 tires on stock rims with 1.25" spacers in the rear
 
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yes.. what he said
 
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Jigg..Thats' the order i was gonna do it anyhow, if not all at once. Glad to know I can fit 32x11.5. I guess the spacers for the back are another thing on the christmas list HAHAHA
 
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Okay I read on the PA site for the body lift. It said nothing about and modifications to the steering(or shaft). If i remember correctly i read somewhere that there is a mod to be done to that??
 
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no... there is no modification to be done to the steering shaft or shift linkage(i think thats what its called) with a body lift on the generation 2 s10 blazers.....
 
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no... there is no modification that needs to be done to the steering column or shift linkage on the generation 2 s-10 blazers with a 2 inch body lift...
 
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