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Will 22 inch rims fit on 2003 Buick park avenue?


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2013-03-11 02:04:13
2013-03-11 02:04:13

Yes i have 22x8.5 on a 97 Buick park avenue


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22 inch rims will fit on a 97 Buick Park Avenue , but they will rub. 20 inch rims would be a better option if you don't your rims to rub.

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