I don't know the exact reason it is bumpy, but here is a solution. Try to find a rubber spring to replace the shock at the end of the leaf springs. There is one in the Truckin magazine, this will also improve your stability.
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.
Most of the time, yes. try it and find out.
Yes, if the bolt pattern and offsets are the same.
Depends on if the rim will fit over the brakes.
Yes you can but it involves shaping the arches of the car around the 24 inch rims.
In some cases yes. depending on the size of caliper and rotor that the car has.
why would you spend more on rims then the car
The price of 24 inch rims for your car depends on where you live. Keep in mind that cheap rims are not of high quality. Cheap rims prices start from 250 dollars.
20 inch rims are the largest rims you can run.
One can purchase 15 inch rims for a car from online stores such as the website Canadian Tire and the bidding website eBay. Alternatively you may purchase car rims from a catalog store like Argos in the United Kingdom.
No the bolt pattern is different
You put 20 inch rims on a Lincoln Town Car by jacking the vehicle up and removing the old wheels. Depending on the model, a lift kit may have to be installed before mounting the 20 inch rims onto the vehicle.
NO. As long as they all are the same size.
It could be if there is enough clearance around the brake parts.
no but you can put 15 inch rims on the car as long as the bolt pattern is the same
yes it will i did it
not without modifying the car.
yes but you have to lift your car
"Twenties" on a vehicle is refering to them having 20 inch rims.
Yes, 24 inch rims will fit on a 1967 impala. However, you would have to lift up the body of your car to get them to fit.
You should purchase a kit that will prevent your rims from scrubbing the car. Without the kit, you can damage your tires and the car.
If your car wasn't made to fit 20 inch rims, I would recommended using the size your car came with originally. Engineers made it that size for a reason.