Can I fit 22in rims on my 1996 Toyota Camry?
Probably not. Stock is P205/65R15 ....so going to 22" is increasing the diameter by a full 7 inches, the tire would have to have such a low profile to come even close...even if you went to an aspect ratio of 25 (using same width) that's 2" high sidewall, and STILL be bigger diameter than stock by more than ½" Think, 2" high tire? If they even make them? Really bad idea.
even if you could it would ride like a tank
Yes u can . I have a 1995 camry. I have 22s on it . Been having them for three years and no problems. The tire size is 225 30 zr22. I had my struts modified at a shop. They welds a two inch extension on your struts so u wont need lifters or anything plus you keep your factory ride quality
how about a 245/30z?
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