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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-24-2000, 09:52 PM
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rim to fender measurement

The post about cranking t-bars got me thinking about how much the t-bars and springs sag over time.

My 2 door Blazer with 138k (minus 3" body lift)
There is a new drivers side leaf, so that accounts for the driver side being .5" higher.

DF=12.25"
PF=11.75
DR=11.25
PR=10.75

Some ramdom early 90's 2 door in the parking lot.

DF=<12"
PF=12
DR=10.75
PR=11

Some 4 door Oldsmobile

DF=<11.5
PF=11.5
DR=10
PR=10.25

What measurement do you guys get?



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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-25-2000, 10:16 AM
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Re: rim to fender measurement

i can tell you that mine measure:
FR 16.5"
FL 16.25"
RR 18.5"
RL 18.5"
Thats with a 3 inch body lift and t-bars cranked and two inch suspension lift in the rear. The springs and t-bars are origanl and the truck has 152,000 miles on it.

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