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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2000, 06:32 PM
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Lifted 2WD

Just thought Id let ya'll know that I just put a 3 inch spindle lift and a 3 inch body lift on my '91 S10 Blazer. Of course, me being the complete over spender I am, boutght a set of 31x12.50 Thornbirds. And yes my friends, theres rubbing and lots of it. I am getting this problem rectified but what I am worried about is that fact that when I hitt 55 mph, my car vibrates like hell. Anyone know wassup...oh ya, it looks sweet as hell.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2000, 07:13 PM
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The width is your prob in rubbing. If you went with 10.5's probably not near as bad. To trim the fender look under and see where the cab adn the front clip meet. You can cut the fender up to that point(about 3 1/2-4") and bend the fender liner back over. Don't cut the liner because it will keep junk out of the cab and engine. If ya need a pic i can take one for ya. Vibration, make sure your tires are balanced as good as they can get them. Post a pic..... We need proof that it 'looks sweet as hell' around here... :~)

-Troy 'WeaZle' McCarty

post #3 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2000, 10:05 PM
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WOW THAT HAS TO LOOK BAD A!!. FIRST OFF I NEED A PIC.SECOND, WHERE DID YOU GET THE SPINDLE LIFT (COST,INSTALLION DONE YOURSELF OR NOT)I WOULD AGREE WITH WEAZLE ABOUT THE BALANCING OF YOUR TIRES MAKE SURE EVERTHING IS TIGHT AND STEADY.I KNOW IT'S NOT ALOT OF HELP BUT I JUST WANT TO SEE IT

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