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Old 02-11-2010, 06:42 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if the c4 rims will bolt straight up to a 98 s10 pickup or do I need spacers?
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Dont know, Ive seen polished sawblades on a dropped S-10 and it looked pretty slick.
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Hard to say if you will need adapters or not but I'm betting you will need at least an 1 1/2" adapter. The bolt pattern is the same and the lug nuts will work assuming the studs on the S10 are metric (they should have an "M" on the face of the stud).
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If it's 4 wheel drive, you will have to knock the center caps out of the front wheels.

Going around sharp turns will cause rubbing.


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I know the ZR-1 wheels fit on a syclone as long as its the grandsport offset on the 17 x 11's..... my insurance agent has a set on his syclone and he says they fit and look nice
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I dont have four wheel drive. I've seen these rims on some s10's too but dont know if they bolt right up. Thanks for the info but please keep it comming! I dont want to show up at the tire place wanting them changed and have them say they cant do it.
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:12 AM   #7
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Millertime: What C4 rims are you talking about?

I had C4 84-87 8,5x16 with 225/60-16 on a 4WD -99 S10 Blazer some years ago without any problems, no rubbing.

(No centercaps on the front, as already mentioned)
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Old 02-12-2010, 06:48 AM   #9
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Im not exactly sure what year the rims are. They are the salad slicer type with 255/50/16 tires on them.
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