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Tire Upsizing on Std Wheels.

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I have a 97 Chevy Tahoe 4dr 4x4 with aluminum stock wheels. I would like to know what larger sizes I could install for a slightly more aggressive look without changing the wheels.

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  1. Tom Reeds

    There are many tyres which are recommended for Chevy Tahoe. The tyres are available in different sizes like with the rim of 17,18,20 and 22 inches with the proper specification of wheels rims and tyres for the recommended vehicle. Wheelfire has one of the most best deals online. The aim of Wheelfire is to provide excellent service and also to develop a proper program to deliver for your vehicle. Apart from other areas that are to be focused like providing the best tyres recommended for the vehicle, our service also include accurate shipping service at your door.
    There is a proper technical staff that takes care of all the customer support and services. You should spend some time using a "Tire Calculator". Type in those words in a search engine, and you'll find quite a few. You'll need to know what the original tire size was, so look for your vehicle placard which will be around the driver's door. When using the tire calculator, be sure to pay attention to the rim width and the speedometer error. Some of the web sites will tell you what will work on the vehicle and what won't.

    If I have this right, the rims on your Tahoe are 7 inch wide, but what I can't tell you is how much room there is in the fender wells - in other words, how big you can go. I'd suggest you find a web site devoted to your vehicle and ask there. Surely someone has already done this.
     

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