correct me if i'm wrong but arent real 26s bigger then the 27s...........26s didnt fit my friends tahoe but he has put some of those johnson 27s on it before
You are extremely correct. 27s are basically ***. The inside of the wheel is a 22. The tire is a 22" tire, there is a flange on the outer lip that makes it appear 27" wide, ***. Anyway, that guy had to relocate his spindle as well b/c those tires atleast 40 series maybe even bigger to even hold that much of a flange, but again, its *** so it doesnt matter
does anyone know who would make the new struts to fit 26s or do i just need to fabricate mine? it has 24s now with a 25 series tire an need to go bigger
Dude dont mess around with 26's its already been done put some 30's or 32's on there!!! Come on be the 1st to do it you will be a hero!!
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Dont know how old this forum is but i just put 26" Asanti 115s on my 2005 Chrysler 300C
It can be done, Yes you do have to run a 25 series tire but no if you hit a pot hole or bump it will not destroy your wheel and tire like alot of people think, abuse will hurt them of course but its common sense to people that has wheels on their ride..
Mine was bagged on 24s back in 05 but set up for 26s then,.So i finally decided to go with it since it was going out to sema this year,.
It was in the dub booth by the way..
Major mods has to be done to fit 26s, out of alot of peoples budget but its well worth it..
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