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Tires just wondering how big the tires can be w/put having to get a lift. Would 325 60 R15 fit

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Try tirerack.com. Also either 4 Wheeler or 4 Wheel and Offroad magazine (not 100% sure which)does or used to do a piece yearly of "what hits and what fits."

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195(width in mm)/60(sidewall height in % of width) R15(rim diameter)

This means, a 195/60 R15 rides lower than a 195/65 R15 tire. Imagine how it would look like when you put these different tire sizes on one car. It can be done but the car will be unbalanced both mechanically and aesthetically. Remember, your car was not designed for different front and rear tire sizes unlike some sports cars.

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But be advised make sure you have same size tires on the drive wheels being as your car is front wheel drive u want both the front tires to be the same size
if this is not done u will burn up your transmission
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