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24's will fit with no problem right??

will 24's fit with no problem???
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Define "problem"

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only if you have a 25 series tire (2,000 for a set of 4), the correct backspacing wheel, and correct offset, yes, no problem.

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Even with the 25 series tire you still have to grind the control arm bolt....its entirely too close for comfort and you have to remember when that tire heats up its going to expand.....

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o damn well 22's or 23's it is..
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255/30/24 will also work, depends how the streets are in your area. I was at nopi Nationals this week and saw plenty of chargers and 300's on 24's that were daily drivers. Also saw a few on 26's. Anything is possible with a lil grindin
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yeah, but you've got to grind, he said without ANY problems.....a problem would be it rubbing, the answer would be grinding.
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Guess it all depends what the definition of "problem" is... B/c anything other then stock will eventually become a problem if it weighs more then the stock wheel. But I live for problems I suppose.
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yeah, but you've got to grind, he said without ANY problems.....a problem would be it rubbing, the answer would be grinding.
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it aint that much work...but well worth it if you wanna stunt some 24"S....


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How much grinding?

I really want to go with the 24's but how much do you have to grind? And what exactly do you have to grind? Maybe some pics. Thanks a lot you guys.
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