How much is a lift kit to put 22 rims on a 2003 buick century?
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i have an 84 regal limited with 20" wheels, i used gabriel sky jacker air adjustable shocks in the rear and this solved my problem of rubbing tires. the front is another story…, i don't think air shocks are made or recommended for the front. i am looking for larger coils for the front.
Not without mods
Yes 22's will fit but you have to get the car lifted up som though.
You will need a lift kit to put 22 inch rims on your 2002 ChevyImpala. The 22 inch rims will not fit in the wheel wells of theautomobile.
you dont need a lift kit for 2s maybe a 2 inches if that.
hell yeh 22 by 4 will and if u get a 4 inch lift your car will fit 24 inch rims,,you just heard from yo boy T$PAPER$
no but you will have to cut some and you might even need extended rear trailing arms to set ur rearend back some
It will if you do modifications to it i have 1995 Cadillac deville on 22"defy kasino rims and i had to unhook air lift shocks add spring spacers to all 4 shocks and fold in th…e front strut plates just to make it work i really don't recommend it at all i regret doing it.get 20"they fit a whole lot better
It really depends but most of the time if you increase wheel diameter more than 2-3 inches you will put great additional stress on your drivetrain from the additional torque r…equirements of the larger wheels
Oh yeah, they will fit. I got 22s on my 03 century. 22x8.5 with 235/30 tires. I did have to put a 1/8'' spacer on the back wheels so tire would clear the strut plate. You do n…eed wheel with a positive offset.
just an inch or two
the size of the tire will determine whether or not a lift kit will be required, not the rim size. For example: If your vehicle currently has 31" tall tires on 16" rims and y…ou want to upgrade to 22" rims with 31" tires then you should be fine. You will want to make sure that your rims have the right backspacing, especially if your new rims are wider than your existing ones.
2003 Monte Carlo what tire size do you need to prevent any rubbing on 22 inch rims and is a lift kit required?
225/30/r22 front will be alright if u remove the plastic moding on the inner fender whel half way there is a crease were you can cut it or tear it along that crease if not it …goes all the way to the front bumber and also supports it!! now that's the easy part the hard part is the rear strut housing there is a bottom plate with some finess and a sledge hit the flat plat up and in, and keep checking wheel for fitment that's the only way i got around it its gheto but it works just fine and i don't think it effects the spring support or anything or at least i havent had any problems and i have 22" players on my 03 Monte Carlo, whatever you do don't put spacers in i had to learn that the hard way they will rub and fender will eat the rubber right off the side wall, good luck and ride good i don't know if this is an old post or not but there u go
If they have the same bolt pattern then they will fit.