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    245/40R18 or 265/40R18 gen 1 s10 blazer

    does anyone know if either of these tires will fit in the stock wheel well? I dont mind cutting of my front wheel wells if it doesnt affect my body integrity. dont want to tub the rear or weld.

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    I have no idea. but have you ever been to the old baldy brewery on 2nd st? I think they changed the name. I miss the brown ale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnblazer View Post
    I have no idea. but have you ever been to the old baldy brewery on 2nd st? I think they changed the name. I miss the brown ale.
    What where did that come from?
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    He is from upland, ca I use to live there. Random I know!
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    Just a little random...... Lol
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    Lol
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    ^ this dude knows about beer if you guys didn't already know lol! I'm still trying to get some damn visuals out of my head from some of his drunken nights!
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    I had 245/45/17 on my stock truck and they looked tiny. I would say the 245 size you listed above will have no problems assuming the offset of the rim is correct. The 265 size REALLY depends on the offset but imagine there will be some rubbing issues regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basshead4lyfe View Post
    ^ this dude knows about beer if you guys didn't already know lol! I'm still trying to get some damn visuals out of my head from some of his drunken nights!
    Im not the only who has gotten drunk and pissed them selves haha! Ihad 15 litters of beer that night
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    I'm running 245/45-18's right now. The front barely rubs on the frame at full lock, but I had to do a little BFH massaging on the back of the wheel well. I'm also a 4/5.5 drop. American Racing IROC replicas, 18X8 with zero offset.
    Last edited by wagonmaster; 04-18-2011 at 07:00 PM.

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