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    2wd owning member bmxr4life87's Avatar
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    none taken, i think its the tires and the way they tuck and the height her blazer is at all add up to make them look smaller than they really are, but oh well! hopefully before long i can affoard a set of 22's for it, then i get her 18's cause they DO TUCK on my blazer so i would be set and then i could sell my 18's that look bigger than 18's!
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    You know, I think it might be the design of the rims that makes them seem smaller/bigger. For example, often when people see my truck for the first time from about 50 feet away, they ask me if those are 20's... And for some reason my rims do look bigger from a distance from a particular angle.
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    18's look tiny on that blazer, i'd believe 16's.... must be the wheel gap

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    4 in up front and 3in in the rear and it still has noticeable gap with 18s, damn blazer, all it takes is time and this bitch will be tuckin, plus the old tried and true 5 spoke always makes rims look huge! and hers are 6 spoke
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    its probably the 3" in the rear that really does it... shit.. mine is 6" in the rear and sits flush with my 20"s... mine is also 4" in the front, and theres about an inch gap of wheel well.

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    alright, i found a few more pics i took that same night, maybe these are a little more convincing, plus i got a shot of the deck (woot) and the big bad treo 15! enjoy!
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    that pic was hard to see, but you can see a better comparison of the rim to the body, heres another one
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    heres the deck that a buddy hooked me up with, hell yeah even though its like 2 years old its still hella nice
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    and heres the upside down treo 15 in teh big bad prefab box thats not tuned low enough, but it gets the job done for now till i can get a new box lined up!!
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    My blazer is kind of like hers... Im rolling 20's and the shat looks like 17's or 18's lol... Oh well!

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    yea those rims are MK9s..I have the same ones and I get that all the time...are those 15s..I'm like no..18s

    I only paid a 15 inch price so no biggie.

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    that is a 4/3 why is it stil so high?? my 4/3 looks alot lowere. o well still looks good.

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    i dunno, hers sat freakishly high when we got it, and i used 3in 4cyl springs and 3in angled blocks so its supposed to be a 4/3, thsoe pics are aweful, i need a good chance to get daytime ones!
    NEW RIDE 89 s10 std cab shortbed 2.5 5 speed 2WD slammed 6/5
    90 4x4 2dr, primer, 18's, 4.3, rollpan, 6/6 slam, SOLD
    The only ford i would drive is a courier!

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    Measure from the ground to the bottom of the fender.... I think yours might actually be a 2wd 4x4 clone.

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    Its most likely the pics. If you take some more during the day from different angles it might look better.
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