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biggest rims that fit on a 2007 yukon xl 1500?

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Masterbasser    106

anyone know whats biggest rim/tire combo that can go on this vehicle without any problems? meaning rubbing ect

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reedal    1,199

You'll likely have better answers to this question on tahoeyukonforum.com. It's probably even been asked a few hundred times already.

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ToNasty    1,942

Dependant on drop     but usually anything bigger than stock will rub.  

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Ron36    266

To keep from rubbing u have measure your rim with tire and figure out the difference u have to play with , If u got 17's on like a 65 tire u could maybe fit 20 on 35 tire and still keep the same diameter. 

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Karkov    3,058

I run 20" stock rims and I forget the tire size (at work now will check when I am done)  but I have a 2007 Tahoe so pretty much an apples to apples comparison.  These vehicles came with 20" rims without going low pro tires much at all.  I obviously don't have rubbing issues But i can turn my wheels and take pictures and post them here with measurements to give you a better idea after 7 pm.  That's the best I can do.

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Karkov    3,058

In the mean time, here's some pics, 20" stock rims, and the tires aren't too low pro (small) by any stretch of the imagination...

page 1 post #8

Page 2 post #16

 

 

 

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ToNasty    1,942
4 hours ago, Ron36 said:

To keep from rubbing u have measure your rim with tire and figure out the difference u have to play with , If u got 17's on like a 65 tire u could maybe fit 20 on 35 tire and still keep the same diameter. 

Offset and width have a lot.to do with it  not just the overall height 

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You coukd get away with 24's and possibly 26's.

Its really going to depend the most on the wheel width and offset and the tire size you want to run.

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Karkov    3,058

Tire/rim size 275/55/R20

Diameter 32.25" with about 50% tread remaining.

straight ahead

FRONT

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REAR (of the tire)

 

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more pics inc

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