Chevrolet S-10 ZR2 Tire Sizesby Lyle Burwell
The ZR2 was an off-roading option package introduced by General Motors in 1994 as an RPO (GM code for Regular Production Option) for the Chevy S-10 in the 4x4 regular cab model only. In 1995 the ZR2 RPO became available for the extended cab 4x4 S-10 as well. The option was dropped for regular cab models after the 1999 model year.
S-10 ZR2 Stock Tire
The stock tire for the S-10 ZR2 was originally a 31 x 10.5/R15 B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain LTC. During the 2003 model year, the S-10’s final year of production, the Goodrich tire was replaced with a General Ameritrac 31 x 10.5/R15. Both tires were all-road steel-belted radial blackwalls. A full-size spare was included.
The size of the S-10 wheel-well and a six-inch wheel backspace only permits upsizing S-10 ZR2 tires by a maximum of 1.5 inches without cutting, lifting or both. With lifting alone, the maximum tire size possible on the S-10 ZR2 is 33 x 10.5.
Suspension Lift Options
Only a few lift kits fit the S-10 ZR2. To do a suspension lift, your choices are the 5” ZR2 IFS Suspension System from BDS Suspension or the 2- or 6-inch suspension lifts from Superlift Suspension Systems.
Body Lift Options
The only body lift kit suitable for a pre-1998 S-10 ZR2 is the 3-inch kit from Performance Accessories. To lift 1998 to 2003 S-10 ZR2s, the two-inch Performance Accessories or the two-inch BDS body lift kits will work.
Lyle Burwell has been writing professionally since 1978. His “Call Centers in the New Millennium” (ICM Global Intelligence (1999)) was the most checked out volume in the AT&T corporate library in 2000. His areas of expertise include business strategy and telecommunications. He has a diploma in broadcasting from Algonquin College.