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i want to lift my s10 and be able to get some fairly aggressive 33 inch tires on it. what is the cheapest way to do so? how much will it cost? and will it look stupid? please help. does anyone have any pictures of some lifted 91's? thanks
 

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Hey there. If your truck is 2wd i can help you...if it's 4wd i can give a little help. but i'll go ahead and act as if it is 2wd cuz thats what i got and im lifting my truck. with 3.5 lift you can put 30's under there. for 33's i think it's like 6.5 suspension and 3 inch body. big lift i know.that's what it says at www.fabtechmotorsports.com. Check there if you have 2wd. i'm gettin the 3.5 performance. i'd say that s-10's look the best with 30" mudders under them. Thats all i got.
 

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thanks got a pic?

thanks. i have a 4wd. i doubt i can afford that lift. do you have a pic of your or another one with 30 in tires? if so let me know
 

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If you've got a 4wd, then you can fit 30s stock. 31s if you crank the torsion bars a lil and get a aal for the rear. Lifts...are going to start around 1600. BDS, Trailmaster, and Superlift make them for S-10s. Most will run 2000, plus labor.
 

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one of the cheapest lifts for our 4wd's is the 2" superlift, around $600 w/ shocks. add a 3" body lift ( around $80 ) , and a set of bushwaker cut-outs ( around$ 250) . under 1 G. you just have to have the ability, and tools to do the work .
 

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mottster03 said:
Hey i have one pick of a II generation 2wd with 30's i'm gunna try to figure out how to put a pic on here so bare with me

<img src="http://www.mys10.com/images/trucks/6264418_5504661.jpg">

if that doesnt work just go to http://www.mys10.com/images/trucks/6264418_5504661.jpg that's one of the best lookin trucks i've seen for a while.
What lift is on that truck? 3" spindes up front I know..but what about the back? Thanks
 

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i got a 3" body lift and am running 31x10.5 15's on an 85 4X4. I cranked the torsion bars a bit, should have a bit more, cause i still rub when i turn and hit a bump. I also took a sawzall to the front wheel wells. cheapest way to do it. i also put a 2" shackle lift. You can fit 31's though for the price of the 3" lift kit. The best though would be a susp. lift. remember also if you touch the torsion bars, you need to realign.
 

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i have a 91 s10 blazer 4x4 and fit 31x10.50 bfg all terrains on it, it is stock the only times i have problems with the tires rubbing is when i jumped it or if i am wheeling it hard and stuff a tire way up with the wheel turned i will get a pic soon so you can look i didnt even crank the t-bars at all but i am going too soon and put a add a leaf in the rear so ican fit 32's or 33's
 

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i want to lift my s10 and be able to get some fairly aggressive 33 inch tires on it. what is the cheapest way to do so? how much will it cost? and will it look stupid? please help. does anyone have any pictures of some lifted 91's? thanks
I have a 91 s10 blazer lifted and i have 35's under it with just a 3in body lift and shackle lift
 

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I was able to do a 3" body lift and 32" swampers. I had a pair of 35s i was going to do when i got new tbars and 2" shackles and some fender trimming. So i would say you could fit 33s with a 3"bl and some trimming
 

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heres a pic of it before i ble the motor and scraped it(32s)
 

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holy 7 yr thread bump.


every truck is different.
 
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