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Why do my 26 inch wheels rub on every turn

monistephmonisteph Member Posts: 1
edited April 2018 in GMC
Is there something else that needs to be done before or after switching to 26 inch wheels so that it doesn’t rub on every turn???


  • capriracercapriracer Member Posts: 906
    First, you should have done this through a dealer who would then be responsible for selecting wheels with the proper offset, and appropriately sized tires. Take it back and complain.

    If you didn't do that, then you have a much bigger problem as it might require that the vehicle be lifted in order to clear everything.

    I suggest you find a website devoted to your vehicle and ask there.
  • rickdonrickdon Member Posts: 123
    Why put 26's? They look good but there will be an increase in road noise and a decrease in ride comfort. I recommend getting 24's instead. With this size, you will have more tire choices also including Lexani and Toyo tires.
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