ya even with the 33's i had to do some minor trimming on my air damn. dont do a torsion bar lift just wait to do a real lift later on. i thought about messing with mine but all the guys told me to just wait
I saw a Z71 the other day that I was thinking about buying... guy wanted about $8,000 more than what it was worth... anyway it sat HIGH.. and I couldnt believe that... I would say it would fit 33"s with no problems... seems that chevy made some that sit higher... it was a 1994 Z-71 extended cab with the tow package.... I looked at the suspension and it appeared to be stock... and 106k miles.....
wanted $15,800 for it... YEAH RIGHT KBB.COM said $10.2k max....
Okay sorry, i'm not in a correct state of mind at the time being...I don't know if the Z71 is taller than a regular one or not. A friend of mine has a Z71 and it works great for him. Did you know that a stock Silverado 4x4 is LOWER than a stock Dodge 4x2? Just a question that i'd throw out to you Bowties, considering I don't own one...I still want a '72 Blazer though.
ok like i said Mike he has 35's on there....thats like impossible with only a 2 inch torsion bar lift...he has to have more that that...and yes the Z71 is just a package with a little diff susp and skid plates with a sticker
I got 33's under the Tahoe with no problems. I've got a friend here with a 3 inch body who is running 315's, with only minor minor rubbing. And by minor rubbing I mean that he only rubs when he goes high speed turns that have suspension travel.
Just stop thinking, buy and STUFF THE 35's under thar!
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