4" or 2-3" lift, I'd recommend you check out the stuff BDS
makes. Good ride and good flex along with competitive prices. What I would do is run a BDS spring up front (2" or 4") and an Off Road Design
2.5" or 4" rear shackle flip. When I get my older Chevy pickup, I'm going to do a 4" lift like that, BDS fronts and ORD shackle flips. Nice riding springs up front and the rear still has your factory springs, so ride will be about as close to stock as you can keep it while lifting it.
As for the rims, it depends on what width they are. If they are 15x7's, then I say go for it. I've seen lots of 12.5" wide tires on 7" wide rims. Figure out where the best balance of tire wear, air pressure, and tread pattern is for your tires and truck, and you won't have a problem. If you have 15x6's I'd say no. Just to narrow for even my tastes. For aftermarket rims I would look for a 15x8 with the same backspacing as stock. Wide enough for the tire, and not going to stick out far like a 15x10 and cause rubbing on the fender/bumper.
blusmbl, a 91 Blazer is still the 73-87 solid axle style truck. IFS came over in 92 to the SUV's (god I hate that word).[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]
1992 Blazer Sport, 350, 4L60, Rancho 2"[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img], 285/75R16 AT's, K&N, Flowmaster, MSD[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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