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RIM FITMENT ?????

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Old 01-25-2008, 02:12 AM
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Hey guys! I need to know ifthese wheels fit a2004 Blazer 2WD? If so any recommended tire size?WHEEL SIZE: 20x7.5 /BOLT PATTERN: 5-100 / OFFSET: 42mm.If notany info you can give on what the correct fitment I should be looking for is as far as the bolt patter and offset for 20" rims would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:25 AM
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No. bolt pattern is incorrect. 5x100mm == 5x3.93in. The bolt pattern of your truck is 5x4.75 or ~5x120mm. The backspacing is close to correct, but with that bolt pattern, it would never fit onto the lugs.
 
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Kyle his truck is 2wd not 4wd so that 42mm offset will not fit unless he is going to run spacers. Like Kyle stated above your bolt pattern is 5 x 4.75 and offset should be 4mm - 10mm. Here's a link below that explains everything for your 2wd. Not to link another site, but it does have good info that you can read. Please notethat offset+35mm and higher will fit 4x4 blazers.

http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f14/fo...offset-107156/
 
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Default RE: RIM FITMENT ?????

Yeah I just missed the 2wd thing. Thanks for catching that. I have too much on my plate right now...

Bottom line is they don't work.

And I have posted diagrams detailing backspacing/offset/etc before. A little bit of searching on this site will turn them up...
 
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