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94 linconn 22 inch rims
09-13-2005, 11:23 PM
sup i want to put 22s on my 94 lincoln. what do i need to do to get them to fit and not scrape. and will they mess up my brakes, engine etc?
09-17-2005, 09:06 PM
Ummm. Put a lift kit in.
09-29-2005, 02:58 AM
sup i want to put 22s on my 94 lincoln. what do i need to do to get them to fit and not scrape.
Get spacers, and cut the fenders and part of the bumpers.
and will they mess up my brakes
Yes, look up something called unsprung weight. The wheels are heavier so it will take more effort to stop the car. Your braking system will be taxed.
Your car will handle even worse not to mention that your wheel bearing will wear out sooner because of the low profile tires. If you live in an area where there not a lot of pot holes then it may be a non-issue.
07-30-2006, 12:46 AM
WOW how many of you guys have actually done it????? ?????? ????? I'm guessing not many,Well I have except ,mines a 91 when you get your rims have them measure ur backspacing and get a 1/4 spacer tell them too adjust your backspacing accordingly then get 1/4 inch longer studs also your either gonna need new stiffer springs or a set of " Knuckels " blocks that got in between the coils then theres only 1 thing left to do get a nice size sledge hammer and beat in your rear fender wells on the front half of the rear and along the top of where your tire will be traveling if you have any problems just ask me.I didnt have an 1 too tell me this so I had to learn the hard way.and tires r expensive mine r 700 for a complete set,also dont get a tire bigger than 35 series or theres gonna be more you have to beat in on the rear fender well.My cars pics r on here in another post I think its called wheels??? just like that i belive.
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