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Just wanted to say wwwaaaaazzzzaaaapp to my fellow Escalade owners out there. I just picked up a white diamond version and just lovin it. I plan to put 24's on it to add that finishing touch you know? My question now is, should I lower it a little, possibly 2" front and back after I put the rims on. I saw one at the dealership with 24's and it had a pretty big wheel gap on the front & rear (not lowered of course). Just wanted to see what you all thought about it and what kind of rim set-up, if any, did you do? Aloha

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Is it the first or second gen? And that pretty cool how you could put some 24s on and still be able to lower it. That might make the ride a little bumpy, cause the tires would have to be pretty skinny. I got a suggestion: Instead of spending money on putting new rims on and lowering it, I say go put some 24" spreewells on! :D Unless you are lowering it for better handling or to have a lower center of gravity. We kept ours stock, and we wont do much to the exterior. If anything, we might put a entertainment system in the back. Congrats on buying the Escalade over a Denali or import.
 

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