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THat's roughly a 30" tire, They should be able to fit, might rub though, so you may need a t-bar tweak to keep them from rubbing. They may rub at full turn on the frame and sway bar as well.
 

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They're probably gonna rub if you're at stock height. I had 16x8 aftermarket wheels from my Camaro I put on my 4x4 Blazer and with a 235/70/16 tire they rubbed some. I had to remove a bolt from the rear of the fender well. This was a 1st gen Blazer though. Might be a little more room on a 2nd gen.
 

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THat's roughly a 30" tire, They should be able to fit, might rub though, so you may need a t-bar tweak to keep them from rubbing. They may rub at full turn on the frame and sway bar as well.
Have any idea how much I need to crank the t bar?
Ive got to align the front end anyway.
 

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Max lift is only 1.5" from the T bar. Throw some 2" shackles on the back and call it good.
 

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any tips on adjusting the bars to add 1.5 inches of lift?

How did they lift the ZR2s?
I saw one today with 31x10.50 on stock 15 inch rims
 

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ZR2's have a completely different suspension set up and sit higher stock which is why they can fit 31's. Check the Liftin It section for how to's on cranking the T bars.
 
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