24's are a challenge, even if you just flat-bed to shows.Blaccout said:I wanting to put 24's on my 300'c instead of 22's. I need to know what type of tire to use and how to lift the car up????
. . . roflmao! :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:Hemi-Roid said:You can actually put on 26s but I do have to warn you of the hazard that I've seen 1st hand. I've been a proctologist for 20 years and had a patient visit me the other day with 2nd and 3rd degree burns on his anus. Apparently, he had just put a set of 26s on his 300 and hit a slight bump in the road causing the tire to protrude through the floorboard, through the seat in the car and through the seat of his pants. You can figure out the rest. I wouldn't recommend anything larger than a 22.