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Old 10-08-2010, 03:41 AM
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Default 20s or 22s for my Blazer?

Im stuck on wether to put 20s or 22s on my blazer.Some opinions would be great. Im stuck because I dont like the gaudyness of the 22s and hate the fact that the 20s dont look like they fill the wheel wells at all. I drive a 2001 4 door 4x4 maroon blazer just for the referance. Some pics will be added tomorrow of diff wheel choices im looking at.
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20's will be best, then you won't be bending up wheels because you will have some sidewall
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22s, i have 20s on my jimmy but i think 22s would look better

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22s, i have 20s on my jimmy but i think 22s would look better

Yea like Xander said though every place was telling me 30 series for 22s and I can't roll on rubber bands I was hopeing for like 40 to45 series for a little safety?
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s10's do not fit big wheel rubber easy
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i have 45s on mine. i think you could do 35s-40s if you did some minor adjustments to the wheel well

the only place it might rub is there is a lip on the inside of the front fenders. you just have to fold that up and you shouldnt have much problem. i threw on a set of 22s with 40s on mine when i worked at a tire shop and they fit alot better then the 20s. just didnt have the cash for it at the time
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Get 18's and then put larger tires on. Will still fill up the well just as good and will keep you from breaking things.



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Yea modding the fender won't hurt my feelings any. I just want it to look good.
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Get 18's and then put larger tires on. Will still fill up the well just as good and will keep you from breaking things.
i had 18s and just didnt look good imo



yeah its not much you have to do, and you wont be able to tell you did anything to it. just for some reason they put a lip on the inside of the fender about an inch wide. i used a hammer on mine and you can t even tell
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yeah its not much you have to do, and you wont be able to tell you did anything to it. just for some reason they put a lip on the inside of the fender about an inch wide. i used a hammer on mine and you can t even tell
I found about 4 different models I like but didn't know if they would fit but now I do so 22s it is! Thanks csu
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