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Old 06-02-2005, 04:29 AM
lbrowne lbrowne is offline
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Default Tire size for a 92 Dodge Spirit

Hello, new to the forums here - seems to be a great site.

I couldn't seem to find a specific section for Dodge Spirits/Plymouth Acclaims so here goes.

I was wondering if it would be ok to put 195/65/15 tires on my Spirit, the previous owner had 195/70 which are pretty much worn.

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Old 06-11-2005, 10:58 AM
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Default RE: Tire size for a 92 Dodge Spirit

the info that i find doing a search is that with that year the standard size if a 205/60/15 if this holds true i would not recomend change to a 195. the 195's are over an inch taller then the 205 plus will not give you the same handling as the 205 will although 10mm doesn't seem like much it can affect handling.
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