View Poll Results: what do u think of 20's good idea ?? or to many headaches??

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Thread: 20's fit on my 86

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    Talking 20's fit on my 86

    Hey guys if u wanna fit 20's on your blazer i found out today that they willl fit with NO MODIFICATIONS neccesary the ones i ordered are hot if u wana see check em out at http://209.126.166.86/wheels/affliction/affliction.htm up until this point i was told that if i wanted to make 20's fit i would have to roll the fender and remove the center core of the wheelwell but not ne more the tire size is 255/35/z20 these tires are z rated sure 20's are expensive but if u sk me there def. worth it
    this is the best day of my friggin life!!
    whadda ya think about the rims??? yes or no

    Peace-Digital
    Told her hop in the Dropped S-10 ,Blew her mind when she couldnt find the door handles, Y'all Fools aint ready My 20's chop the streets into confetti

    It's funny my 2 twelves hit harder than a 3 15" J.L's

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    Dubs look sweet, specially those deep dishers, they do make the rim look smaller, but I like deep dish rims. I like em, I would sport em if I could afford them. I am just afraid it would make my shit alot slower. Dubs are HEAVY!!!!!!!
    Hold my hammer while I nail your girlfriend

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    thats why you either make your truck FAST
    or pimp it

    no real way to do both
    unless....
    you do gross overkill with the horses

    put those rims, and every other mod on a chassis pushing 750 horsepower....now that'll rip
    '92 S-10
    Vortec 4.3L CPI engine
    MSD ignition control unit
    ACCEL wires & components
    BLAZIN it down the streets of Bellmore

    MTX/Rockford Fosgate system
    280 watts of sub-pumpin power
    400 watts rippin those highs and mids
    all faced by a Pineer DEHP4100

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    there not too heavy plus my motor shouldnt be to affected i mean its a 96 L-S1 bored .30 over its gettin chromed out right now then itll be in my truck once i can afford my new rear that is so i should still be able to smoke the all show no go little hondas and civics but what i lack in speed the looks will make up for :D so well just have to wait and see

    -Digital
    Told her hop in the Dropped S-10 ,Blew her mind when she couldnt find the door handles, Y'all Fools aint ready My 20's chop the streets into confetti

    It's funny my 2 twelves hit harder than a 3 15" J.L's

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    Dubs would look sweet, to bad my price range is around 17's. Also remember that every time you need tires its going to cost an arm & leg.
    I like my trucks like I like my women; WHITE & SHAVED!

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    Its a great idea! :D I got 20's on mine and they fit just perfect with a 245-40-20 tire. I also suggest the BFGoodrich G-Force T/A kdw tires. These things take turns like they are on rails. Go for the dubbz!!!!

    Dwayne

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    Damn that looks nice! But what do you pay for tires? Too much I bet!
    Would they tuck?
    I like my trucks like I like my women; WHITE & SHAVED!

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    The tires that i use cost around $275 a tire. To me this is not a big deal since the truck only gets about 1000 miles a year on it. Its just a play toy :D . BTW from what I can tell the prices are dropping on 20" tires and wheels since 22's are becoming so popular. As for tucking a 20.....im sure you could with a 2 wheel drive but i have a 4x4 so the wheels sit flush with the fender lip.

    Dwayne
    Last edited by Dwayne; 10-22-2001 at 09:03 AM.

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