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Recommended size of tyres/wheels on Tahoe 2005

Discussion in 'Chevy Tahoe Forum (GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade)' started by PeterR, Feb 4, 2007.

  1. PeterR

    PeterR New Member

    Hi
    What are the prefered/recommended size of tyres/wheels on a 2005 Tahoe ?

    I think the standard tyres/wheels are too small (thin) and consider to buy some 20" Invision Panther rims. Either in black or chrome.
    (my Tahoe is black)

    Black
    http://www.pantherwheel.com/atd_330B_Groove.htm
    http://www.xlwheels.dk/invisionpanther.html

    Chrome
    http://www.pantherwheel.com/atd_330C_Groove.htm
    http://www.xlwheels.dk/invisionpantherrc.html

    Any experinces with these and what do you think ?
    Are the 4x4 something to be taken care of ?
    (as rims are mentioned as either rear whhel drive or front wheel drive)

    Thanks for any advice... ;)
    Best Regards
    Peter Romer
     
  2. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan November Beard Grower - Cancer Fighter Staff Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    What are you looking to do? Wheels and tires can be changed to help you do a number of different things from going low to going 4x4 high.
     
  3. PeterR

    PeterR New Member

    Tyres a& Rims

    Actually neither. What I am going for is wider tires that stick more to the ground than the default does, and then have a set of really nice rims.
    (when you are at making changes anyway)
    If low/high it would be low. As in my opinion low profiles tyres looks better/better grip on a normal road. I was in generel looking for any recommendations.

    Regards
    Peter Romer
     

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