Well, if you got some 245/30/20 or 245/35/20 tires, you'd have to do nothing about the 'larger tire size' :tongue: .Thanks.. But if I got new 20s would I need to do anything else to accommodate the larger tire size?
You're right- we all started somewhere. If I were you, I would try to hook up with a local club and learn as much as I could from the members- they probably have get togethers and might have mod days where they work on each others cars.Ah, gee.. Thanks for the smart ass replies. The car isn't here, and I won't have it back for at least a few more days. I was asking if there was an alternative, because of this fact.
By the way, thank you maesstro.. And I don't know a lot about cars, that is why I am trying to learn my way through it.. We all started somewhere. But I was seeing if anyone knew what the stock size was on my series.
Obviously if I had the car, I would walk outside and look.. C'mon.
But I do apologize, I should have been more specific..I meant to ask if the car wasn't here.. Not the body shop part..