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Old 11-04-2003, 11:55 AM   #51
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Hey tony i posted a new thread on this but ill put it in here too im using 96 2wd blazer stocks and 2 " spindles plus im bagged i need some new tires for the winter time not really a winter tire but i failed inspection so i need some new rubber i want something with a sidewall and right now i have 205 50 15's what is the biggest i can go and still lay out?? thanks

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Old 10-12-2018, 11:14 PM   #52
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Need help with tire size/drop

New here, but been following for a long time. Anyways I have a 92 gmc Sonoma lowered 3/4 with 17x8 rims and 225/55 tires. Been looking to go lower and get the 4/5 belltech #619 drop kit. Concerns are rubbing and how much spindles will push out front tires. Is this possible without ruining tires or pushing out to far. Like them tucked in fender wells. Thanks in advance for any help
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