you do not need to change your brakes, but the extra wait from the rims will burn up your brakes alot quicker. if u have the money it is best to put on some slotted roters
Whats to best rotors for 24 in rims
brakes are to big to fit 15 inch rims
Depends on if the rim will fit over the brakes.
You wont have to replace the brakes, as far as the gearing im not so sure. I had a set of 22 inch rims on my truck and no problems with gearing or brakes, it all worked fine. But not sure about gearing in the long run. I had my rims on for a year with no problems
You must have the same inch tyres as rims. You can however change the profile of a tire to give you more lift You can not put a 16" tire on a 15" rim. You can put 15" rims on instead of 16" if they will fit over the brakes.
can i put 22 inch rims on a 96 crown vic without lifting it
NO. The size of the tires and wheels have NOTHING to do with the brakes.
Maybe, that would depend on the vehicle and if the rim would clear the brakes.Maybe, that would depend on the vehicle and if the rim would clear the brakes.
Sure, if your bored and like to spend money
The rims were original 14 inch, but with factory front disc brakes 15 inch
Most likely, no. The brakes will be too big to fit inside the rim.
Yes, if you have 16 inch rims that will fit in place of the original 15 inch rims.
Yes, but all 4 will have to be changed to have constant control of vehicle and speedometer will not be accurate.
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.
Not really. The ones I can see all have rim brakes, and if you switch from 26 inch to 24 inch wheels the brakes will no longer reach. But it looks like the frame and fork can take disc brakes, so if you're willing to switch brakes as well (or ride brakeless) then you're good to go.
You can fit twenty two inch rims on a Taurus with some major modifications. you need to have the inner wheel wells removed and you need to get special adapters to fit the rims on the factory hubs.
Yes, but you won't be able to drive because the brakes will be squished in by the wheels.
Depends on the diameter of your brakes both front and rear. They have to fit inside the wheel. I would have to say no if the truck came with 15" wheels from the manufacturer.
No, 17 inch rims can not fit on 16 inch wheels.
Of course not. You need 20 inch wheel to mount 20 inch tires.
I've seen '97 Altimas with 20inch rims on them. You will need to buy rims that need the same number of lug nuts your current ones have.
Why would you want to put 20 inch rims on an Altima? I can tell you that 18 inch rims worked.
It will depend on which rims will fit your car. Having 16 or 17 inch rims will have a significant jump in the price of your tires.