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Thread: Rim size on 94 Bravada???

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    Rim size on 94 Bravada???

    Will 20's fit on my bravada?? I am at stock height. Can I drop it and still have 20's?? What rim size and drop combos can I go with???Please help

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    20's will fit without a drop, but when you start to drop you are going to run into rubbing problems.. As for Combo's, you can't really go with different size rim combo's because of the AWD, it will blow out the transfer case.. The only way you can get 2 different rim sizes is if you get tires that are the EXACT same height, so that it doesnt interfere with the way that the AWD works.
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    Thanks Man but what I ment about combos is if I droped it 3 Inches what would my rim/tire options be and if I droped it 6 and so on.

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    3/3 drop the best combo would be for you to go 225/55/17 or similar tire height... Thats what I ran on my Bravada when it was down 3/3
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