Tires rub

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  1. LTahoeFL

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    I just ordered some 24s, for my 15 Tahoe. Should I be worried? I am looking at 305/35/R24. Should I be concerned about it a rough ride?
     
  2. Cbark2305

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    I have 295s and the back Rubs but I will cut the liner some. I also have low grade tires so I think that’s part of the problem too. I bought it with them on there so when they wear out I’m going to get better tires
     
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    Super low tech that saves your liners is drill 2 holes and zip tie the liner back to any no moving point behind them. Did this on my front with 22’s and 305 worked great. Got idea from suspension guy. Good luck. 20’s will look small after 24’s. But you need to eat so 20’s it is. I’d do the same.
     
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