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Old 01-17-2008, 09:35 PM
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Question for yall

My stock wheel size is 16. I am looking at a set of tires with 15" wheels . Can I put these on there or will the brakes rub.....Thanks guys.
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Really not a whole lot of info you gave us but, I would say to measure the inside of the back of the wheel. Then check for brake clearence from the measuerment you got.
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16" is the minimum size from 99 up....there isnt enough clearance on 15s for the brakes...
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