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WILL 17 INCH WHEELS AND TIRES WORK ON THIS TRUCK

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Go to www.tirerack.com and enter your truck in the site and then shop for wheels you can see your truck and get a good idea of what will fit and what size tires you will need.. on a stock 95 i know you can go all the way upto 26" rims with extremely low pro tires;

here look at this video and you can see even if you don't want rims this tall that they fit so your 100% not going to have any problems with 17" wheels ..lol and hey! Good luck!

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