How much lift to fit 32s under a older body style 2 door Blazer withought rubbing? Who's Lift kit seems to be of the best quality? Later on I want 35s, so how much would it cost to buy a kit for a Solid front axle, plus all of the extra stuff? Thanks for the help.
I have a 1983 Chevy S-10 Blazer with a 3 inch lift kit and 1983 toyota running gears.The toyota running gears gave 4 inches of lift. This gave me a total 7 inch lift. The fenders have not been cut or modified. I run 38 super swampers.
srose, I thought the Toys had the front diff on the wrong side, or did you use a Toy t-case? I'd love to hear some details.
Uhden, the easiest and cheapest way would be to get a 3" body lift, crank the t-bars and inch. You'll have to trim the fenders a little bit. How much depends on the rims you get. A 15x8 with 4" BS would be my best guesstimate. Look into some Bushwacker cut-out flares. They are a bit pricy, but are worth while if you are planning to go with bigger tires in the future.
Suspension lifts are $$ and pointless if you are serious about doing a SFA. Stage West makes a kit to mount a Wranger d30. The other option is going custom, Mark Hall has a good web site. Look for him over at http://www.s10-4x4.com