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    Umm...What? (mind)KiLLeR's Avatar
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    someone had to have already done this

    Got rims for my 4x4 Blaze, but its getting sold, and I don't really want to get rid of the rims. Wondering what size spacer i would need for the front to run the 4x4 offset rims, on a 2wd.
    DD - 2002 GMC Sierra ECLB 5.3l 2wd *330hp, 350ftlbs at the wheels*
    Toy - 2004 Pontiac GTO 1 of 323 *too much power for a purple car*
    Project(s) - Something with two wheels.

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    Depends - rim size and if you have drop spindles.

    I put c5 vette wheels on my 85 2wd when I had it. I need 2 3/8 spacers to clear the tierod on the drop spindle. Those wheels were 17 x 8.5. If they were 18's or if I didn't have the drop spindles they would have cleared with a 2" spacer.
    I used 2" spacers on the back, worked fine.
    1993 2wd 4.3l 5speed - lowered a little - other than that its stock - for now.

    1988 s-10 blazer 4x4, belltech lowered 3", 99 dp front brake upgrade, completely rebuilt suspension with poly bushings - sold

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    Umm...What? (mind)KiLLeR's Avatar
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    itll be a stock 2wd. 94-97. I'm just pissed cause I spent all that money on getting 20's, with the backspacing for 4x4, but just wondering how'd they'd fit on 2wd.

    Guess I'll figure it out the hard (minitrucker) way :D
    DD - 2002 GMC Sierra ECLB 5.3l 2wd *330hp, 350ftlbs at the wheels*
    Toy - 2004 Pontiac GTO 1 of 323 *too much power for a purple car*
    Project(s) - Something with two wheels.

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