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    4x4 rims

    i wanted get a new set of rims for my 98 4x4 blazer. does anybody have any recomendations, i dont really want to put camaro rims on it, but i dont want them to be to blingy either

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    dont get eagle's cuz i dont want anyone else bitin' my style.


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    Size?
    Color?
    Any styles you like?
    Really need a little more info here....
    You can look at alot of wheels on TireRack.

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    Size wise i was thinking about a 16 or 17
    color i dont want it blacked out but i do like the black and grey combo
    i did check tirerack but they only listed seven different rims and they were all the same brand.

    heres my truck
    http://i767.photobucket.com/albums/x...der/blazer.jpg

    i checked jegs andi like the way these look
    http://i767.photobucket.com/albums/x...M_GUNMETAL.jpg

    any opinons...

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    Try these guys, they have more options.

    http://www.wheelpros.com/

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    thanks that helped a lot im looking at the american racing maverick rims
    i should be able to fit 17's with any problems right? im at stock height....

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    Wheel diameter doesn't matter (within reason). What matters is tire size. Just maintain the same diameter as stock and you're good.

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    Thanks for the help

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    Your more or less going to have to run the same offset you would on a front wheel drive car on the front though. Im constantly fighting that on my 4x4, if you dont, the front wheels stick out and it looks like a freaking Hellaflush import.
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