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Will these wheels fit on my 1996 chevy blazer?

Old 05-13-2014, 08:27 PM
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Question Will these wheels fit on my 1996 chevy blazer?

I have a 1996 4 door 4wd blazer. I was looking to get some new wheels and came across these.

Summit Racing Polished Drag Thrust Wheel 15"x8" 5x4 75" Set of 2 561 5862ps | eBay

Will these fit? Or should I go with pro comps instead?
Also planning on 2 inch shackles and 1.5 tbar lift with 31x10.5 bfg ATs
Old 05-14-2014, 09:03 AM
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They are the correct bolt pattern, but they'll stick out quite a bit farther than factory. Most likely you're going to rub the back of the front fender with those. A body lift along with the t-bar crank would help. You could also trim your fenders a bit too.

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Rim Brand: Summit

Offset: 27

Manufacturer Part Number: 561-5862PS

Number of Bolts: 5

Rim Material: Aluminum

Bolt Pattern: 5x120.65

Rim Width: 8

Hub Bore: 3.268

Rim Diameter: 15

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They're the right bolt pattern but they won't be hub centric and the offset might not be enough. If the offset is too small then the inside of the rim will rub against the brake caliper. Since they aren't hub centric, it's bad for the studs I think, because weight isn't supported on the wheel hub anymore, instead all the pressure is on the studs. Someone else might know for sure about that though.
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