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There isn't anything special that needs to be done to up to a 16" tire, but much bigger and you'll need coil overs or bushings because there is an obstruction just over the tire in the wheel well. At least in my car there is.
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16's and 17's will work on the Tibby fine. You have to buy a new set of rims. and choose the right tire size.
16's tire would be like 205/55/16
17's tire would be like 205/45/17
If you want anything bigger than 17's then you will have to do some fender rolling, so that the tires don't rub.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>
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