Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Fishers, Indiana
26's you'll need to extend your spindles and so some extra fabrication. 24's you will have to shave a bolt (yes even with 25 series tires 9 times out of 10) on the control arm. This is really easy, all you have to do is take a grinder to it and shave it down just past the tread for 25 series, and take about 1/3 the bolt off for 30 series tires (recommended because I just damaged 3 24's... on 30 series tires... but inflation was an issue for 2 of them).
Anyway if you dont plan to put air ride on your car and want to sit on the pavement, and the roads aren't too bad, I'd do 24's. Or do what I did and get a real nice set of 22's (high brand like assanti, USW, Davin, maybe TIS, etc.) I personally respect brand more than size.
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