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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-09-2001, 10:41 AM
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Tire size question

will a Super Swamper Radial TSL size 215/85-15
fit on a stock suzuki 5.5" wide rim?



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Re: Tire size question

That'll add some beef to the zook. I really admire the stockers out there with small beefy tires, they look cool.

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it's going on a 1990 tracker,only got a 1 inch
coil spring lift.

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Re: Tire size question

According to my math that tire is about 29" tall and about 8.5" wide. It should be a real nice fitment for your 1" lifted Twacker! Are you also running the front strut mounts flipped too? and some longer rear shocks? These two things help allot! Oh yeah, disconnect that sway bar too!!

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BTW rear shocks from a late 80's early 90's mustang 5.0 bolt right in and are just about the perfect length for the 1" coil lift. I bought cheapo sears ones and they ride great!

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BTW rear shocks from a late 80's early 90's mustang 5.0 bolt right in and are just about the perfect length for the 1" coil lift. I bought cheapo sears ones and they ride great!

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