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    blazin6906, do you have a pic of your 22s on ur bz? I actually want 22s. I just finished installing my alpine iva d900:) yaaaaaaaaa

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    4x4 doesnt mean you have to go muddin, offroading, or jack it up. It means, you have a front transfercase and a couple other suspension components. :evilfu:

    But, i wouldnt put that big of rims tho, i cant stand how high it sits.


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    ya...what he said!!! it's ok to have a 4x4 on dubbs and up on low profiles:) F.y.I. before I started fixing my truck up..I used to offroad it..drive it through streams (I have pics of all of this on my site) but now..i'm on a suave tip for modifying my truck. Including the dubbs,euro tails, unchassis lights, in so so sweet indash dvd player/monitor....etc. In my off roading days my truck stayed in 4lo:) and I was considering a trailmaster lift kit but, now if I lifted it it would just to tuck 23s or something on it:) I can considering making my truck a 2wd so it would be easier to bag but i think i may try primo's bag brackets. This weekend..I put xIIx and www.xfortress.net is white letters on the back window, and retinted it as well. http://www.xfortress.net/tmp/MVC-007F.JPG pic of my pimp mobile. Alpine iva-d900 inside :) ...Not rim related..but does anyone know if it's hard to install an overhead console? I'm buying the Alpine 7inch flipdown motorized flip down and might install it myself if I can....blazin6906 ...pics of the bz on 22s?

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    Exclamation jimmy on 22's

    heres my jimmy on 22's with 3,4 drop. i dont like the spokes so i got rid of them. to all of you saying it couldnt be done, here it is.http://www.cardomain.com/id/specialk342
    Last edited by specialk342; 12-09-2003 at 12:23 AM.

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    Those are 22's all the way around right?? You need that drop just to bring it back down to stock height level. Damn man... They look ok..just a little too big for me though. On a second gen they can be done, but don't expect to be low, that's all I say. On a first gen..tough luck. 20s are enough of bitch to ride around on a bag'd ride.

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    Hey i was wondering if i was able to put 20's on my 97 chevy s10 blzr. its stock height but i dont wana go to low profile i wana stay in the 40's like say 215/40/R20 cause roads up here suck. and i dont want them to rub and stick out. is it possible or just stay with 18's? thnx
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    Oh its a 4x4 also by the way. and i dont really wana do modifications unless their minor.
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    You'd need 255/30/20s or 245/40/20s for your truck if you're to get 20s. But it also depends on the roads..if they are REALLY bad then you might not want 20s on it. My friend has 20s on his R/T but he has fat tires..I think they are 45/50 series (huge) but it's cuz our roads are so bad and he drives a lot, and couldn't afford to ruin a rim after just buying them. 18s are fine or even 19s..

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