done a lift on 06 crv of 2" and its just not the lift you need. youll need adjustable camber kit and bolts for the tires as well. you can find a 3" lift to. and it will allow for 235/75/r15 to be run. with .5 wheel spacers. and maybe a little rubbing. if you have old struts and springs. the biggest lift you can get without a kit is. I have 1.5" they are just a shock spacer. but they will allow for you to other then that you will need fender rolling and things like this to get higher. and I run 215/75/r15 and no rubbing. and between the lift and the tires i got about 2.25 in lift on my crv
I have a 2014 CRV LX so it came with 16 inch steel wheels. I want to put 18 inch alloy rims on it with 225/60/18 tires. Does anyone know of any issues that may arise from this move?
Any advice or suggestions is greatly appreciated.
My new to me 2004 CRV with 38K has 10 year old tires. Hard and noisy! OEM size is 205-70/R15. The quiet goodyear tire I want isn't made in that 205 dimension, but is made in 215/70/R15. The speedo difference is negligible. Can I "upgrade" to the 215? My wheels are OEM 15". Thanks for any advice.