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I have a 2000 blazer LT 4-door. I bought it used a few months ago. The tires have pretty good tred on them. I was looking at the gap in the tire well, and was wondering when I buy new tires, what is the biggest size I could fit without anything going wrong. I have some plans for my blazer and i think bigger tires with my stock 15's would be awesome. Any help? The tires on there right now are 235/75R15's.
 
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well whats on it right now is stock and the largest that u can go is 30 inches goodluck
 
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I have a 2000 chevy blazer 4x4 ls 4dr and i put 30x9.50 bfg's on it...looks cool...and absolutely no rubbin at full crank...i believe thats the biggest u can go without puttin a lift
 
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how much would 31 x 10.5 rub with no lift?
 
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i dont know how much it would rub but the ZR2's have 31" tires and they r lifted 3" stock.
 
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31's rub quite a bit in the rear of the front fenderwell if you read the sticky in this forum there is pics and all the info about tire sizes and a blazer
 
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were is this sticky?
 
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at the very top of this tires forum...its like, in its own little seperate section up there
 
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Default RE: want bigger tires, but what's a good size?

Hey Guys,
I have a 2003 2D 2WD Blazer and thinking of changing the tires on her. I have 235/70R15s stock on but would like to go for 30/9.5/15
What do you think?Would they fit without rubbing? I dont want to put a lift kit. Also I'm thinking of either Goodrich allterrain KO or the Bridgestone Dueler A/T revos. Which ones are better? Any info would be great and I really will appreciate it.
Please help . I have a nail in the front tire and need to replace the tires ASAP.
Thanks in advance.
Kris
 
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The ZR2's are lifted 3" already? I've seen my stock 2 Dr. LS next to them and it seems to sit about the same height only difference I have is I'm on stock 235 tires.
 

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