I won't to put a set of 24" on my Cadiz devil 02,,what.will i.have to to about my suspension and my lift I just need help on that cause I called the time store.and.they was like 1500,,but when I look on the net,,I see the price at 100.00,,,-300.00,,just don't won't to go wrong and don't won't it all.jacked up just setting on it Nice like

Asked by Apr 22, 2013 at 05:35 PM about the 2002 Cadillac DeVille Sedan FWD

Question type: Car Customization

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parts may be 300 or so but you gotta figure labor to install. plus wheels and tires wont be cheap either.


just saw one yesterday, black escalade, 24s with a very low sidewall ,about 4inch sidewall, looked like everything hoops and tires was no taller than stock wheel and tire


You do know the deville is a car not a suv right jimmy?

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yeah, keeping the overall height of wheel and tire, give or take an inch shouldn't matter ,right?

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it had 16's from the factory, an 8 inch difference in just wheel size. I would think there would have to be some kind of modification to have them fit.

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Don't forget to put the chandeliers on the hood like the Duke of New York's ride from the cult classic "Escape from NY"....Gotsta keep it Gangsta and do it Big Willie Style ..LOL!

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you need a 1.5-2.0" lift kit. here is a link - http://www.carid.com/2002-cadillac-deville-suspension-systems/readylift-lift-kit-2378583.html

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to fit a 24 with a 25 or 30 series tire on any front wheel drive deville u have to take the front struts out compress the sping cut the spring perch and move it up 2 inches this allows the wheel to clear aswell as gets the car up high enough to clear the fenders u can put a very skinny rim on and clear but u still have to lift it the back u can get by with twist in spring spacers

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When I first went 24s on my deville. It cost me about 350. 150 for brand new shocks in front which I recomend putting them new. And 200 for the strut lift. What they did was cut the cup where the spring sits and weld it 1 1/2" higher. Still rode like a caddy. Ur only other option would be adapters which will make ur wheel stick out and not look as nice n luxury which would also cost u about 200. Might as well get it done right. My caddy now sits on 26s but with air ride

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Make sure u go with a 24x9 or 24x8.5 with either a 38 or a 40 offset so ur wheels won't stick out and mess up ur fenders

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Do anybody no what size tires I would need to puton some 24 inch rims for a 2003 cadillac deville


you would have to put either: 275/25/24 255/30/24 245/30/24

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this is my cadillac now on 26" ASANTI and air ride

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Did you have to go with the air ride to ride 26 and did you cut anything


what about 22's on a 2003 Cadillac deville base model? what size would be good?

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I have some 24 inch dubb wheels but drilld for 93 firebird tring to put on a cadilac

Can 20's (5×120) fit with a adapter on a 2000 caddy DeVille??

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