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bolt pattern and size

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by superman6801, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. superman6801

    superman6801 Registered Member

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    whats the bolt pattern and size for a 73 blazer 2wd?
     
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    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    For what? The wheels?
     
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    yeah. sorry
     
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    2wd bolt circle...

    73-87 GM 2wd trucks (1/2 ton!) use a 5 lug, 5" bolt circle with 1/2" studs on the wheels...same as most full size GM cars like Caddy's,Impalas,Pontiac Bonneville,Buick Electra's,etc..,also GM 1/2 ton Vans... A few full size Ford and Lincoln Mercury cars use the same pattern as well...backspacing varies on all wheels,so make sure you have clearance all around the tires and disc brake calipers and rotors,and nothing hits or rubs...
    I used tires and rims from my friends 76 Lincoln Continental he was scrapping in the back of my 75 2wd blazer years ago--got a flat in the front,and the lincoln rims and tires I had for spares would not clear the caliper!--that was a long walk home... :mad: it pays to check first in your driveway! :crazy:
     
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