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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by showmeburb86, Oct 21, 2006.
What is the max size you can put on a stock burb with no lift?
3/4 or 1/2 ton?
There is a big diff.
I have seen 3/4's with 35" stock and 1/2's with 33" stock
Stock wheel size I assume?
33x10.5R15's are about the largest that no one has had a problem rubbing.
Increase the width, and typically they hit when cornering.
Innumerable threads on this subject BTW.
had 33 12.50 on 15x10s on my 86 half ton with no rubbage... you can hack the fenders to hell and back and run 37s...
ive seen 35x10.50s on what looked like a stock k10
how about 35X12.50 on a stock k-5?
a little fender trimming in the front, the fronts would rub on the inner wheelwells at full steer while flexing. The rears would tuck up nicely
i wasnt thinkin bout your rig. but you prove that 35x12.50's can fit
Depends on your definition of "fit."
To really screw you up what brand should be designated as well. The actual size of a tire varies between manufacturers.
Separate names with a comma.