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post #11 of (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 11:01 PM
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If all you want is 30" tires; they should be able to fit without any problems!!. I've got 30" BFG A/T's on my 1986 Chevy T10 blazer and it's stock, no mods, no probs; they work great for my application. If you wanted to put on 31"-32" tires, then I would recommend fiberglass fenders without a lift; they would be able to fit.....depends on what you need and/or want. I'm happy without a lift kit and it takes me where I want to go without worry. The BFG's have great traction for almost everything except deep soupy mud; that's their weak point; hence the BFG M/T tires.....you can always break out the sawzall and cut up the fenders until you fit 35" tires on your rig!!... Late.

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Ya all i want is 30's. But i wrecked it awhile back putting a big dent in the passenger side door and fender. I'm going to try and find some at the junk yard. But is there a difference between the 1996 ls 4.3 sidestep s-10 door and fender compared to the zr2? Does the Zr2 have more clerence and will it fit on the ls s-10?
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But is there a difference between the 1996 ls 4.3 sidestep s-10 door and fender compared to the zr2? Does the Zr2 have more clerence and will it fit on the ls s-10?
Sux 2 hear man!!.
Are you talking about the front fenders?
All S/T series utilize the same design for the front fenders, hood, doors (fronts on 4 doors), they all interchange. In otherwords, a 1992 4 door front door will fit a 1984 S10, and a 1996 will fit a 2000. Just remember, 1st gen parts interchange with 1st gens, same thing with 2nd gens.

Check around, search for s-series related websites, there's lot's of useful information and great pepole out there!!.

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