How big can i go???

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Asked by Feb 25, 2009 at 03:19 PM about the 2006 GMC Canyon SL Ext Cab 4WD

Question type: Car Customization

Hey just bought this girl and I was wondering how big i could go with the tires before i needed to put on a lift kit i dont want to do this so im hoping i could still go fairly big.

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not very, maybe 30's at the biggest, any more you'll be rubbing on every bump

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i have 31 10.5son mine and dont rub even off roading

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It depends. I have an 04 Canyon 2wd with off road package (same height as the 4wd) and it takes a 31inch with no trouble. In fact, I have taken it on trails and have never had a tire rub anywhere. I've been thinking about trying a 33" tire.

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0n my 06 sl i have been able to put on a 245x75x16~31.4inx10.5in but they rub deep in the shock stroke in the front and rub when the wheel is cranked. there are some reasonable lift kits out there if you just want a few inches, i got myself an extra 2.5inches for less than $500

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