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Old 07-22-2008, 09:51 AM   #1
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Might be the wrong forum,, excuse me I am a NEWB. But I am thinking about putting 22in Rims on my 1994 White Pontiac Bonneville? The 20'* i have look too small...

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I've been looking at a guy that had 20'* and rubbing issues in the rear fenderwell until he installed drag bags. His pics make it look like 22'* would be too big.
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yes, 245/30 22 will fit, for less rubbing and a little more $$ 235/30'* will do the trick.

and yea..... You will notice a biiiiig diff! My car is newer so I didn't fell anything diff besides the bad roads.
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how do these 20'* look.. and there is a tiny rub at full turn (left) on the passenger side..
imo.. 22'* would be really tight if at all

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Nice!!!!!!
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thunderhand...that looks amazing! i've never been a fan of big wheels like that, but they fill out the wheel wells nicely! any suspension mods or is that stock?
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its all stock.. there is a small rub when i turn fully to the left. but only on the plastic
inner wheel well cover.. and this is only when parking in a tight spot.
during normal driving .. no issues.
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