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Old 11-28-2011, 09:00 PM
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22" Wheels on Expy EL ?

Anyone have 22" Wheels on their Expy EL,
What size tires are you running on them?
Whats the biggest ratio you could have with out them rubbing?
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I've seen aftermarket 22's and they godawful

The factory 22" rims are pretty sweet. The 04-12 F-150 uses the same rims. The Harley and Limited get 22" rims from factory. These bolt up very nicely.

The width is 275...can't remember what the height is. I do know that a 33" overall diamter will fit a 4x2 or 4x4 Expy perfectly without rubbing...cause I'm running 33" on my 4x2 right now
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04-08 Harley Wheels would work nicely. 275/45/22
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I've got a set of 22's on my wires limited el 4wd. No rubbing. No issues. I believe they are 275/60r22. Khumo. If your interested in a good used set get ahold of me. The wife wants the factory 20's back on it for our hilly terrain.
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:41 PM
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Tire size correction.

The tires we are running are sumo 305/40/22.
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For summer im running a set of 22" driv tantrums with 305/40r22 lexani roadian hp tires. Had factory mud flaps on but they rubbed on those. Without the mud flaps theres no rubbing. Winter setup is stock 18" wheels with 255/70r18 bridgestone blizzak winter tires, which is the same size as the original factory tires.
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Wifes got 285/45/22. No rubbing.
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