I bought a stubby antenna from Auto Zone for the same reasons. I lost a little bit of FM reception in rural areas, but it's not really a concern for me because 90% of my listening is XM radio or bluetooth from my phone. For long, out of state trips, I'll just put the factory one back on.
Big Whiskey replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomWhen I saw the "Blazer" name, I was hoping for a scaled down version of the current Tahoe (like a Silverado Trail Boss SUV)....or an SUV version of the Colorado (with a ZR2 option). Not exactly what I was hoping for......
If you're keeping the stock rims, they'll probably fit without any lift. However, if they don't, then it won't take much torsion bar cranking to make them clear. And, as long as you keep the front lift at 2" or less (and add shock extensions) the ride will be just fine.
I replied to one of your other posts about the number of cranks. For tire sizes, you can fit 295/70/18 or 285/75/18 easily with 2" of lift. Those will probably clear at stock height, but will be very close. With a 2" lift, you should also be able to run 305/70/18 or 35x12.50x18, as long as you stick with stock rims.
I've got a brand new set of these still in the box, in my garage: https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/oem-parts/gm-assist-steps-4-round-chrome-22805436 I'd make you a sweet deal, if you're interested in driving to central Illinois, haha.
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