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as far as i know yes it will, but thats the biggest you can go before needing to alter suspension setups. I would suggest 20s? just because 20's arent to small and arent too big.
 

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A guy at work has 22s on his 1997 eldorado (I'm pretty sure is a very similar geometry). He had to bend the front strut spring seats a bit and put some spacers behind the wheels.

Also the front tires will rub if turned too far.

But I guess if you want to ride on 22s you have to pay the price.

Personally I think the ride suffers too much with 22s - even with 20s. I wouldn't go bigger than 18 but that's just me.
 

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not sure how the 97 and olders sevilles are but on my 2000 i had 22's and i did not like them not one bit
ppl said oh yeah shure they will be ok no problem no rubbing well i did not find that to be true

i went with 20s and they are perfect
but you will suffer the ride and quality of the Cadillac suspension
 

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Apparently you can fit most any wheel on anything but that doesn't mean you have to do it.



I'm not seeing the attraction.

i see it all the time in cleveland
usualy something like that a 80.s ss or GNX Buick's grandpas old Old's with 26s all the way up to 32s i think lifted and rimmed lol

not my style

i say go with 20s and you will be happy man but if you want 22s go for it
 

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thanks you guys i think im going to get the 20s now, and i see those cars all the time to here in sacramento
 
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