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What is the measurement on the front wheel base from the inside of one tire to the inside of the other tire across from it? It is a 1994 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4x4.

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There is no such measurement in print. It would greatly vary from truck to truck due to tire size, type, rim type, age of suspension or any other modifications. The wheel base measurement is from the center of the front tire to the center of the rear tire, this won't change.

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