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Old 01-23-2009, 11:48 PM
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Default BOLT PATTERN & RIM DIMENSIONS---S10/Blazer

Rim- dia.15 x wid.7
Bolt Patt.- 5 lug x 4.75"
Back Spacing- 4wd: 6" 2wd: 5.5"
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Old 08-23-2009, 11:02 PM
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I own a 1999 s-10 blazer and have been searching around for some new wheels & tires but want to make sure that i have the right bolt pattern. im looking to eventually lift my s10 and get a bigger/wider wheel and tire and kinda wondering what size rims/tires i should get as well...

different forums say alot of different things that the right pattern is 5x4.75". so far this is what ive gone with until i found 5x(120.65mm) and not sure if thats the same thing as 4.75".

thank you anyone who can help

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Old 11-03-2009, 08:29 PM
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Will these wheels work with my 1994 s10 blazer 4wd, even though the backspacing isn't the same.

http://www.bassettwheel.com/dot.html
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Old 03-04-2010, 08:35 PM
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I've got a '99 blazer too and so far the parts that I have installed were the 5x4.75" cuz it's really the right pattern and some nerf bars. I just don't know if the other sizes would be compatible enough.

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I've got a '99 blazer too and so far the parts that I have installed were the 5x4.75" cuz it's really the right pattern and some nerf bars. I just don't know if the other sizes would be compatible enough.
nice upgrades mikeross,,ill try that too..
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Old 06-15-2010, 08:53 PM
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I own a 1999 s-10 blazer and have been searching around for some new wheels & tires but want to make sure that i have the right bolt pattern. im looking to eventually lift my s10 and get a bigger/wider wheel and tire and kinda wondering what size rims/tires i should get as well...

different forums say alot of different things that the right pattern is 5x4.75". so far this is what ive gone with until i found 5x(120.65mm) and not sure if thats the same thing as 4.75".

thank you anyone who can help
take 120.65 and divide by 25.4 to convert to inches. and to save you the trouble the answer is 4.75
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take 120.65 and divide by 25.4 to convert to inches. and to save you the trouble the answer is 4.75

I agreed, and if you want to know the tire's sidewall height (from rim to tread) simply do this formula...

225/50/R16 50 indicates the sidewall height.

225/24.5=8.86" (wide of the tire) now multiply it by 50%. (.50) = 4.43" from rim to tread.

if the tires was 225/70/r16 225/24.5=8.86 x .70 = 6.20"


why 24.5 ? cuz is the number of milimeters per inch.
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Bolt pattern on my 98 4x4 Blazer is 4.5
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