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Old 01-25-2008, 05:08 PM
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Hey guys i have a 94 blazer 2wd and was wondering if the corvette wheels would fit on it? i know that the vette wheels and the blazer wheels are 5 lug but will they match up no problem?
 
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Bolt pattern will be just fine, it's offset you need to worry about. Stock 2wd offset is 4" and stock 4wd offset is 6". I don't believe you can put stock Corvette wheels on a 2wd. An OE replica maybe. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I know that's the beauty of a 4wd is you can use Camaro/Firebird/Corvette rims because they have the same or similar offset.

EDIT: From the 'Related Threads' below, you will need to run spacers if you want to use Corvette wheels which will push them out far enough to not cause issues.
 
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You can run vette wheels with a 1/4 inch spacer up front and rear, number one for turning and number two for the rear to space them out from the bump stops!!!
 
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thanks guys i think it will look pretty sweet after i get it lowered and slap some wheels on it.
 
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Most deffinitly it will, check mine out its slammed on 18's just so it gives you an idea of what yours will look like!!! Look forward to pics of it when you get it done!!
 
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i have a 1gen blazer 2wd with full air ride suspension. and i want to try to fit the c5 vette wheels on it. what spacers will i need to run them and still tuck.
i havent got a really answer from any site im on so hopefully someone here can help me out.
 
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I have a '01 blazer and you will need a 2-2.5" spacer.
 
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