Fuel Block 17x9 -12 offset with Falken Wildpeak MTs 35x12.5 all on the stock Trailboss suspension. Had to remove the front mud flap brackets and zip tie the liner back but that was expected. No rubbing going forward, just a slight rub at full lock in reverse. Got this setup about 2 years earlier than expected. Found the set of 5 tires and rims, brand new, for about the price of 3 on Facebook. Had to jump at that deal.
I went this route. Looks good and a simple install. I will say that there is increased noise from 2500 rpm up. Doesn't sound great in my opinion, but I'm rarely in that rpm range so eh, no big deal. I went more for the looks and to make cleaning the engine bay easier.
My dad, 61, got his first shot on 3/9. Tested positive for Covid-19 on 3/26. Gotta still be careful after that first dose. He's doing better, but it hit him like a bad flu. First shot probably helped minimize what it could have been.
The ZR2 Blazer was a blast to take off-roading. Very capable. As for the others, while they weren't serious off-roaders, they were at least capable vehicles that could be turned into fun vehicles. And I do like the look of the new Blazer. I just would have liked a midsized SUV built on the Colorado platform. Whether that be the Blazer or Trailblazer.
That dealership should pull the front fender pieces and paint match them. Other than that I like it. GM offers such boring colors for most of their lineup. Between that, wanting to be all electric, and ruining classic nameplates like Blazer, I'm starting to lose my patience with them.
Is this the kit that goes on the top of the strut? If so I'll take it.
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