Guys i would like to know if it is possible to put biger tyers in width not size
On my Suzuki??
On my Suzuki??
93tracker5spd Member Posts: 194Hello! I am going to make a stretched guess here, and assume the Suzuki you have is either a Side Kick, Samaria, or Vitara. and I will also assume that it is mid 90's, 4 Wheel drive. In this case, yes, you can run wider tires. A little about tires and wheels; there are three offsets for wheels, designated as A, J, and H. These letters denote whether your wheel is mounted on center line, or offset to the inside or outside of the fender. There are many variations as to how far the offset extends, there are even wheel mfg, that will create custom offsets. If my assumption of the vehicle was correct, its' wheels will have an H offset which means they extend inside the fender, and should be 5.5" wide for tire mount. This wheel will except a few different widths of tires, one must make sure that there is enough room to turn the wheel fully without scraping the inner fender. You should allow one half inch from the closest point on the tire to the fender when the wheels are in full turn, and this is the least amount of clearance, I feel more comfortable with an inch or more, for mud, ice and the like. Talk with a local tire dealer who's main business is tires and wheels, and tell them what you want to do, in most cases they will be happy to show you how to figure the largest and smallest width tires your vehicle can accommodate. Look up tire and wheel info for your vehicle on line and gather as much knowledge as you can. When making decisions the more knowledge you have the better decision you can make. Good luck to you, and have fun with the Zuke!5