Your vehicle came with 255/70-16 tires. Original Equipment sizes are tire/wheel combinations that give you the best handling, ride, and mileage. If there is an optional size it will be listed on your vehicle (usually found in the door jam or gas cap) or in the Owner's Manual. Changing the overall diameter of the wheel/tire combination will effect the handling, suspension, mileage, and accuracy of the speedometer. A larger wheel/tire combo will reduce your mileage considerably. It may look good, but will cost you in the long run. But if you insist, go here for more information on what exactly you can install. www.tirerack.com
yes it is a suspension
No. Rubbing alcohol is a solution.
Suspension squeaking in a Cavalier can be from suspension parts rubbing together. Check to insure that all of the bushings in the suspension are intact.
The Largest tire you can put on any Endeavor with a stock suspension, without rubbing, 2wd or 4wd, is a 245/70/17, These are factory on Durangos and will lift your truck roughly an inch. The is no rubbing of fenders but your speed will be 58.7 at an indicated 60mph on the speedometer.
Neither, its actually a solution ;)
will a 255/70/16 tire fit on a stock 1994 ford explorer without rubbing
the biggest rim that's still under Ford specs is 17". The Biggest? Well I have P275/55/20 on my 95 Ford Explorer which is the same as the 96. The 20" rims really makes my Explorer stand out in the crowd, but there is some rubbing on full turns, left and right. Try 1 size smaller and you should be good. Note: stock suspension
Most likely cause is that the suspension needs to be greased. Broken suspension components rubbing against other components is also a possibility.
lotion is applied without rubbing but liniment with rubbing lotion is an aqeuous external liquid but liniment is non aqeuous lotion is a suspension but liniment is an emulsion
Probly needs some shocks
your tires could be to wide or to tall, or your suspension could be low or shot. :)
31x10.5x15 is about the largest tire you can fit on a stock 15" Ford Rim, without doing any modification to the suspension, aka "lifting", of the truck. You should have full turn radius without rubbing. If you choose to go with aftermarket wheels and suspension, the sky is the limit... I have a 2000 Ford Ranger 4.0L 4x4 off-road and used to run super swamper LTB 31x11.50x15 with no problem. another 1/2 in and i wouldve been rubbing the fender well.
Ford and Chevy Have always used different sized bolt patterns for their Wheels, on the newer models, they might bolt up but then that leaves the problem of the different types of wheels. Wheels on a front wheel drive car have a lot more back spacing then the wheels of a rear wheel drive car. If the bolt pattern does match up, you will probably run into problems with the Impala wheels rubbing against other suspension parts on the Explorer, Springs, shocks, control arms, ect... could cause damage to the Explorer Suspension. You can try it, i hope it works for ya, but i wouldn't recommend it. Might cost you more for replacing suspension parts in the future. hope this helps
go to www.kingofthestreet.com and see their message board in the suspension section.
no, unless you raise the suspension with a lift kit.
yes, but u might need spacers
It depens on how much lift is on it, but without a lift you should comfortably be able to fit 33x8 sized tires on them with little or no rubbing.
Out of round or metal-metal on the pads or (possibly) bad bearing.
no the you would have to alter the suspension about 2 to 4 inches to fit correctly to prevent rubbing
31/10.50 without rubbing
Don't do it,you will look like an idiot.
The suspension is rubbing. There is a pad or bushing that has worn and is allowing metal to metal rub.
Well, seeing as smaller rims probably aren't going to be an option for you... Check where the tires are rubbing; if it's just a plastic or sheet metal bit, you should be able to trim it enough to clear the tires. If the rubbing is taking place on a more structural piece; you'll have to invest in some suspension upgrades to lift the frame enough for the clearance needed.
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