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help me pick some rims for my s10




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http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_wheel...D&carYear=1996
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http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_wheel...D&carYear=1996
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18" will use bigger tires
http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_wheel...D&carYear=1996
http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_wheel...D&carYear=1996
http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_wheel...D&carYear=1996


all 20's would use these tires
Nitto Tires 200800 - Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrain Tires - summitracing.com


18's would use these
Mickey Thompson 5387 - Mickey Thompson Baja Radial ATZ Tires - summitracing.com
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I like the third one of the 20"s
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oh.. you got my hopes up
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IMO Stick with a 5 spoke. 5 spoke rims and S-10's just got perfectly together
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I couldn't find any z28 rims without tires but those are also a possibility
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definitley the third 20's
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i like the 4th one in the 20's. i dont think the black ones would look good on ure redish blazer, if it was black, now that would be sweet.
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the black ones are easy to make look good though not as much to polish
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ya good point, but when they are clean, i think chrome looks awesome!
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the black ones are easy to make look good though not as much to polish
Judging by the pics provided not too much polishing is involved in your truck anyways


And I have always been partial to black rims
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that took $20 and 45 mins. to clean off that's clay mixed in there but this summer I'm gonna start doing shows after the system is done
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I like the first one of the 18's. With a smaller rim you would have some more sidewall which would help with a smoother ride IMO. Especially if you have a lot of stereo weight in the back end...lol
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I will only have 2 12"s in it but more sidewall helps in offroading not going to air down on 20"
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wow...the title was very misleading...but staying on topic the 3rd 20's look nice
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I will only have 2 12"s in it but more sidewall helps in offroading not going to air down on 20"
True, I just like a smooth ride, which is one thing I like about the Supra over the Del Sol. Do you intend to lower the Blazer or leave it at stock height?
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neither lift it and I could care less about ride quality it doesn't get drove very far away
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THE 1st SET OF 20'S!!!
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i lol'd wile reading the title. But i say the 3rd set of 20's ive seen them in person n theyre sick.
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Keep in mind if you go with a 20" and youre planning on putting a decent sized offroad tire on it you are going to need your lift first. At stock height if you want to be able to turn at all you are gonna have to run rubber bands. Then again mine is a truck and 2wd.

I would suggest you look into a good set of 15-18" rims if you wanna take it offroad.

American racing has a pretty cool line up of teflon coated rims that are super easy to clean and take care of. Alot of those black rims have a chrome lip. If you have chrome on your rims and they get mud on them your going to want to spray it off asap or if there is anything corrosive it will cause the chrome to pit or peel. A rock could also damage the chrome.

Idk if you were looking to raise it for the stance or to take it off road, but i wouldnt trust any of those wheels offroad.
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