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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BigBoy truck, Oct 17, 2001.

  1. BigBoy truck

    BigBoy truck Registered Member

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    Hi this is the first time I have been on this site. I have a question about my 1984 Blazer. I was wondering if there would be any problum with fitting a 35x12.50 tire ona 15x10 rim on my blazer with only a 4 inch lift. I am worried that it will rub pretty bad. Can anyone help me
     
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    CV202 1/2 ton status

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    It will probably only hit a little bit at full flex. I wouldn't worry about it. IMO

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    And don't forget to fill out your profile. [​IMG]

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  4. BigBoy truck

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    ok I will thank you for your help hopefuly I will be getting the tires soon.
     
  5. tRustyK5

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    You might do well to trim a little off the front fenders...my 35's would hit if I got flexed out a bit.

    Rene

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    It'll fit... just make sure you watch what you do when off road. If you do certain things they will rub...... if so introduce your fenders to Mr. Sawzall [​IMG]

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    Welcome to the site and don't forget your profile. A lot depends on the brand of lift you have. I have 35x12.50x on 15x10 wheels and a 4" lift. Looked great and did great until I got it offroad. I flexed crossing some obstacles and really chewed my fenders. I was lucky that the tire chewed the fender and not the other way around. I have since trimmed my fenders and added Bushwacker cut-out flares.

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