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Old 10-07-2013, 09:38 PM
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What is the max tire size that i can fit on my stock blazer?
I'm pretty sure i read it somewhere that the max you can fit are 33" but i could just go outside and take a measuring tape to it and look, but anyways here are my choices

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i was thinking 30+ tho i don't want anything smaller than 30,
+i am getting a lift kit soon anyways about 3"
 
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Do you have a full size? If not you are going to need a minimum of a tbar crank and shackles and possibly trimming to fit 31s.
 
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Yeah you'll have a REALLY hard time fitting 31s on a stock blazer like yours. There's a thread on the forum (stickied in the tires and wheels section) that gives a good guideline as to what size tires you can fit with certain amounts of lift.
 
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personally I would strongly suggest doing the lift kit first and then picking your tires. that way you can have a real good look at what you can fit. I believe the max size is about 29" for a stock blazer like yours. 31s would rub a whole lot and you would need to do some serious trimming.
 
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Old 10-12-2013, 08:34 PM
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Thanks guys, iv gone with the lift kit first, but im buying 30's for now because i need need! new tires for the winter comeing up and im in canada (eh) and then i can get a lift and then go bigger tires >:}
 
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