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Tire size. Would a 185/65R14 winter tire fit on my car which has 185/60R14??? My car takes 195 70 14 tires, but the tires I want to get only come in 195 65 14. Can I get them?

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TRY contacting the www.tirerack.com, they have all the answers to tire questions, uses them many times for questions like yours.

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