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  1. ksogn

    ksogn Registered Member

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    how can i find out how mutch my blazer 77mod is lifted?

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  2. achuskies69

    achuskies69 1/2 ton status

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    <font color=green> well first what size tires are on your blazer?

    <font color=blue> i wanna be a cowboy, baby!!!</font color=blue>
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  3. ksogn

    ksogn Registered Member

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    they are 31 x 10 x 15

    can i fit 33 or 35 witout any modifications if it is lifted 4.

    sorry for my bad english..

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  4. Panther

    Panther 1/2 ton status

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    You have asked the age old question around here. There is a tire fitment table in the technical section from the main page, but there is always debate about it.

    Do a search on it and you'll see there about 1000 posts about it. It seems kinda random and different on a truck-to-truck basis.

    Sorry I (we) can't be more concrete. It's probably something you are just gonna hafta try.

    <font color=blue>"It's just a differentialator....Totally unnecessary" [​IMG]</font color=blue>
     
  5. fr8train

    fr8train 1/2 ton status

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    Look at your front springs and see if they are making a "smile )o" or a "frown (o". The "o" is the centerline of the axle. Smile = lift. Frown=stock. If someone else with a 4" or 6" lift could post the distance from the top of the perch to the frame. We can find out their known lift and figure yours too.

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