Yes it will
no unless you want to cut into the wheel well. i have 20's on mine and they barely fit.
15 X 6 steel rims were standard equipment so yes you can.The 16 inch aluminum alloy rims were an option.
I have 22 inch chrome rims will they fit on my 08 impala
Only if the wheel will clear the brake caliper.Only if the wheel will clear the brake caliper.
are you serious. no you cannot put 17 inch tires on 16 inch rims
One can purchase 19 inch rims from the following places: Wheel Base Alloys, Wheel Fire, eBay, Big Brand Wheels, Ozzy Tires, Street Dreams, Discounted Wheel Warehouse.
Yes they should. I have a 1994 impala and I havge 22 inch rims on it. But I do have low profile tire though.
yes 17 inch rims can fit on a civic but you may have to cut some of the wheel arch to get a better fit!
If you want to replace the current tires on your vehicle with a 17 inch tire you will have to have the proper rims for that tire. If you currently have rims for a 17 inch tire then you would not have to replace them but if your tire rims are smaller or larger then they would have to be replaced.
You will need a lift kit to put 22 inch rims on your 2002 Chevy Impala. The 22 inch rims will not fit in the wheel wells of the automobile.
18 inch rims will fit on your 2002 Cavalier. Any rims bigger than 18 inches will get against the wheel well.
Of course not. You need 20 inch wheel to mount 20 inch tires.
You can purchase 16 inch rims in Houston Texas from the American Wheel and Tire website. Once on the page, you can search tires by size and manufacturer.
The 2002 on up truck has had a 17 inch tire and wheel option.
A person can purchase 30 inch rims from the website CustomWheelsDirect. One can also purchase them from Street Dreams, CARiD, The Wheel Connection and PerformancePlusTire.
One can purchase 24 inch rims from a number of retailers. They can be purchased from 'Big Brand Wheels', 'Discounted Wheel Warehouse', 'Tech9Tyres' or 'ebay'.
Yes, but it will cause body damage to the vehicle, produce a lot of noise, and the tires will wear very quickly. Also, ride quality, handling, and braking efficiency will be extremely poor.