Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, Hey! need help please in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; maybe if i ask this way..... on my 99 deville i have 225/60-16 tires on my stock rims. i would ...
- 03-04-04 12:21 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Hey! need help please
maybe if i ask this way.....
on my 99 deville i have 225/60-16 tires on my stock rims. i would like to run 250 or 260 width and keep the same rims. is this possible without having a rubbing or clearance issue? if it is possible will it have a negative effect on ride?
i know a lot of that depends on the specific tire, i will be looking at grand touring (all season) types, but ones that are rated as quiet and luxuary ride.
- 03-05-04 12:20 AM #2
Re: Hey! need help please
IIRC, you shouldn't have a clearance problem, but i'll double check. If anything, the only way they would hurt the ride is make it a little harder to avoid potholes. I'll take the grip any day though. :coolgleam
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