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    20 inch vogues on 97 Deville

    Was wondering if anyone has 20inch vogues on a 97-99 Deville and if so what size and how does it affect the ride? Trying to decide between 17s and 20s, would like the 20s but want to stay close to that factory ride.... If have pics that would be greatly appreciated to


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    Re: 20 inch vogues on 97 Deville

    You should do some research on vogue tires, they are expensive and look great, but they are not a quality tire, they are actually quite poor performance wise,
    try google review.

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    Ive rode on them for years, have em on my other cadillac but jus never had that size on this model Cadillac

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    No luck with this one either

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    Whatever the rim size, the outside diameter of the new tire must be within ~1/4" of that of the stock size tire. Going much wider than ~245 will start causing rub.

    20's will not provide a "factory ride".

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    Well yea i know its not going to be the same as the factory 16" but just wondering if its a drastic change or just a slight change

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    Depends on the roads in your area. If they're smooth, you won't feel too much of a difference. On rough roads, you'll know they aren't 16's.

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    For the most part i ride on pretty smooth roads so i should b ok then

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    You should also consider the toll they'll take on steering and suspension system components, and hub assemblies.

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    Yea that was another part of my decision between 17" and 20"


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