As for length and pitch yes it will. But I am not sure if there is enough clearance between the heat exchangers and the 1.75 track. This is the right place to find out I am sure someone has tried this.
I was thinking about putting a 1" Camo on my '97 ZRT. Talked to my dealer & he said not to go any higher. I didn't end up doing it. But anyway, 1", then add studs, you're up to 1 & 1/4 - 3/8ths? You might be able to go higher, but remember you want to err on the safe side.
All right it worked. I had alittle less than 1/4 inch clerance
on the front exchanger and it hit the ones running down the tunnel, but all I had to do was notch the track about a1/2 inch there and know it clears good . Could not help it new take off track used two times for $150.00can.
Less than a 1/4" clearance? I think you're crazy!! I kow you have the TSL, but make sure you have exact track tansion!!!! Tracks are like rubber bands spinning in a circle, they become elongated. Don't stud it!!
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