Can I fit 235/75/15's on my '92 s10 without significant rubbing?
I just bought 235/75/15 General Grabber AT2's for my '92 Chevy s10. But I'm getting mixed verdicts now from friend's as to whether they will cause rubbing or steering/braking issues. Any help?
That's what everyone here runs on theirs if it is a 4x4.
It's a 2x4
It would probably rub on the front but you can add coil spring lifts on the front that are cheap and easy to install.
the wheelwells are very large on a 92 s10 you should be able to fit without any rubbing on a 2wd. that was actually an optional size on the factory aluminum wheels.
235/75/15 was an optional size from the factory?
235/75/15 was the stock tire size for 4x4's
I have a '93 Chevy S10 2wd put 235 / 75R15 General Grabber AT2 there is the problem that the front tires rub when turning, such tires are only for 4X4 on the first generation chevy s10
I have 225/60/16 on a 92 2wd. An still have room to go bigger
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