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1991 S-10 frame measurements, Help?

Does anyone know the measurement from the widest part of the outside frame rail on a 91 s-10? Also what is the measurement from the front wheel hub (center) to the rear wheel hub, (center) Any help would be great, thanks, Dana

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re: s10

The frame runs about 40-42 inches wide...as for the wheelbase, it depends on which model....they have the blazer, reg cab, reg cab long bed,xtra cab(long and short bed) and the quad cab...all of which are different
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I have the reg. cab S-10 and it is 108" wheelbase..But Candyman is right, all different lengths..

None of my business, but, frame swap?

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The blazers and the trucks are different mainly in the rear.
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The frame runs about 40-42 inches wide...as for the wheelbase, it depends on which model....they have the blazer, reg cab, reg cab long bed,xtra cab(long and short bed) and the quad cab...all of which are different
s10 short bed short cab is 108 inch wheelbase.
long bed short cab i think is 118 inch wheelbase.
ext. cab short bed is 123 inch.
the 2dr. blazers are 100 inch i think?
the 4 dr. blazers i dont know?
ive never seen an extra cab long bed s10 before.
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1989 S10 standard cab frames from just behind the cab to the rear is 40" wide. Not sure if your year is the same or not but should be close.
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