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Will 14's from an older S10 fit?

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I've got a 4wd 2000 blazer 2dr and have a set of 14s from an older s10 I'm set to buy later today.. does anybody know if they would fit or would I have issues other than the backspacing?

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the holes etc is right,but you'll have some back backspacing issues.
 
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I'm pretty certain the calipers will rub beyond any ability to mod them to work.
 
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I'm almost certain that they won't fit on the newer S series trucks. I think the smallest you can use is a 15" rim.
 
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I had 14 on the front of my blazer once, it fit without any rubbing. I don't know the backspacing of it though. I also didn't drive around with it but putting it on and spinning it there were no problems.

Also there's that jimmyonmudlites guy, those are 14's off of an old Camaro that he's running with the quad tires.

 
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I guess at 50 bucks I may as well get them and resell them if they don't fit..
 
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Well, I mounted them up and rode around the neighborhood, a few tight circles and up through the gears, And hey, what do you know, no rub!

So now the issue was there was a little pull and it sort of tugged each revolution to the right..

Culprit: flat spotted tires. So looks like they'll sit til the funds are available for tires and maybe an alignment, but what do you know, they work.

 
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cool beans,thats a popular design,il keep it noted they fit.
 
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