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  1. redneck34r

    redneck34r Newbie

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    I have an '82 K5 blazer with a 4 inch suspension lift and 33x12.50's and i would like to know how much fender cutting I would have to do if i put 35x14.50s. Also would i have to do any fender cutting if i put 35x12.50s.
    thanks
     
  2. SAVAGE1

    SAVAGE1 1/2 ton status

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    Check out the Showcase Articles on the home page. There's one about fender trimming. The featured rig is running 35's on a 4" lift. It should have all the info you need. hope this helps.

    BLAZE IT UP!!!
     
  3. chevy4x4

    chevy4x4 1/2 ton status

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  4. Balou

    Balou 1/2 ton status

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    I have 4" suspension lift and 35x12.5 tires, no trimming
    necessary, only some rubbing in xtreme offroad situation,
    will try 1" body lift soon.

    Balou
    "Size DOES matter!!!", said the girl last night.
    http://www.balou.coloradok5.com
     
  5. MICHIGAN BLAZER

    MICHIGAN BLAZER 1/2 ton status

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    14.50's are considerably larger for the front fenders...I believe those will definately have to be nipped, perhaps a little bit more than what the tech article indicates.

    <font color=red>MICHIGAN BLAZER
    <font color=green>89 Fullsize Blazer
    87 Cherokee
    65 IH Scout
     

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