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Will 235/75/R15 fit my stock 98 blazer?

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Old 11-12-2009, 08:10 PM
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Sorry to ask this guys as I know its been asked but I see some people say stuff about cutting fenders, etc and some say not needed. Thanks alot.
 
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Yes it will. It was a stock option on the 98+ Blazers, not sure about pre 98.
 
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Originally Posted by okvortec View Post
Yes it will. It was a stock option on the 98+ Blazers, not sure about pre 98.
sure they will, but it depends on the option package that was ordered for the truck.

my '92 Jimmy & my '84 Blazer both came with 235/75/R15's from the factory. but my '91 4 door Blazer came with 215/70/R15's on it, weird. the only reason i can thik of is that the '91 was 2WD.
 
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simple answer: yes
 
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You didn't mention 2wd or 4wd. 4x4's that size as an option. Second gen 2wd's had 235/70/15's as the only tire size. It will still fit though.
 
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yup I run them on my Blazer with no rubbing or any issues
 
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i also forgot to mention, whatever tires you end up buying, get the "LT" version. as in, "LT235/75/R15", not the "P235/75R15". since the LT's have more sidewall plys, they'll give you better handling (more stability) & better load capacity. some people will argue that they're a harsher ride (which is BS, IMO), and i'm not gonna go into the whole arguement about "buying a car if you want a silky smooth ride".
 
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Thanks guys.....tires on now with zero rubbing.
 
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Originally Posted by zuhri View Post
Thanks guys.....tires on now with zero rubbing.

glad to hear it brother. so what tires did you go with? did you buy "P" or "LT" tires?
 
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i know is an old Thread but my question is. I have 235/70 r15 on my truck now i know the 75 will fit but will it mess up the speedometer and the odometer?
 

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