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RPO ZR2 was a special off-road/suspension package offered by General Motors primarily on their 4x4 2nd Generation S-Series line. It debuted in 1994 on the Chevrolet S-10 and the GMC Sonoma pickup trucks. In 1996 it was expanded to the two-door Chevrolet Blazer and later offered on the Chevrolet Tracker. The ZR2 package was gradually phased out with the S-Series pickup and SUV lines.


  • Ladder-type Frame with modified mounting points
  • 100mm wider track (3.9 inches wider than regular S-10)
  • Increased ground clearance (Approx 3" over Regular S-Series 4x4)
  • Enhanced front (7.25" ring gear) and rear (8.5" ring gear) axles w/ 3.73:1 rear-axle ratio
  • Larger wheel and axle bearings
  • 31 x 10.50" BFG A/T Tires (Pickup), 31 x 10.50" BFG Longtrails (Blazer)
  • 46mm gas pressurized Bilstein Monotube shocks
  • Rear track bar (pickup), front anti-sway bar (blazer)
  • Skid plates
  • Front/rear disc brakes (1998-2005), disc/drum brakes (1994-1997)


  • 1994 - ZR2 package is introduced with the Regular Cab 2nd Generation S-Series Pickups
  • 1995 - ZR2 package expanded to Extended Cab S-Series Pickups
  • 1996 - ZR2 package extended to 2-Door Blazer models. 3rd door was offered on extended cab models.
  • 1998 - Disc brakes are now standard on the Front and Rear wheels. Interior updated along with front grill and headlights.
  • 1999 - GM replaces the Aluminum Skid Plates with Composite Skid Plates. Side mirrors are updated. (much stronger)
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