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    from 4x4 to 4x2?

    wassup people, i have a 98 blazer 4x4 and i want to put 22's on it but dont have big money to buy custom billet 22's, so can anyone tell me what is needed to do to turn a 4x4 into a 4x2.

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    I'm confussed about what you said. You want to put 22's on the truck but don't have a lot of $$$. So why do you need a 2WD for this. Actually, you don't even need to lower it. Just get some FWD (lots of backspacing) offset wheels and a spacer for the rears if you want them to look even. I personally think even 20's are too big on S-10's and look gaudy. I prefer the look of Vette 18's and a 3/4 drop on the 4X4's but again that I.M.O.
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    yea i know but i cant find a wheel besides custom billets that have a very high offset , i had a set off 22s with a zero offset and they stuck out like crazy, so now im trying to find the perfect 22" affordable 22" wheel but have had no luck so i wanted to know if it is hard to change it to a 2wd or what? thanks

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    basicly for what you want to do, you are going to have to change the whole frame

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    buy 20's and there u go... no need to convert, 22's might rub up front... so maybe 20's in the front and 22's in the back..
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