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  1. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    What type of lift/suspension changes will I need to get some 235/75's on my 2001 CRV. I am fully stock, but willing to upgrade to whats needed (given its not totally crazy). Looking for some extra details on how I can go about with this!! Thanks in advance.
  2. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    What tyre pressures do you run on the stock wheels, 15" 205/70/15? The sticker inside the door says 1.8Bar/26psi for up to 3 occupants on stock wheels/tyres. I tried that for road driving on tar but even completely unloaded the tyre's sidewalls are deforming much more than I would think is safe...
  3. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    Hello All, This is my first post with CRVOC after getting my 1st CRV last week. The tires were cooked so I opted for a 215/75/15 set of Grabber AT's which are in the mail. I have done a lot of reading and this size seems to be the go to for some people and troublesome for others. I'm going to...
  4. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    I have a 2003 crv awd and I want to put 235/75/15 on it... can I use factory rims? do I need to lift?
  5. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    Hey Folks! Done some research on the forum, but no answer to my question. I have a 1st gen V 2001. OEM tyres came with 15" alloy wheels 205/70. I want to put it a little bit higher and let it run with some mud/sand. I was considering putting on 215/75/15 on the OEM alloy wheels. Already read...
  6. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    i have a 97 with an automatic. i have some 15x8 pro comp d-window wheels im gonna put my stock size tires on till they wear out but after that im wanting to but some bigger tires on there and im just trying to get an idea of how much it will affect mileage.
  7. Brakes, Tires, Wheels, Steering & Suspension
    Hello all. First post. I just bought a 2000 CR-V and I noticed that there are a complete (well, not the spare) set of 215/75/15's on there, all pretty much brand new and in good shape (Firestone 380). I know that OEM is 205/70/15, so I'm wondering if this is problemmatic enough that I should be...
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