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Wheel size of 1992 honda accord.

I have a 1992 honda accord that has too small rims for the tire I have on it. My husband bought the car at least 8 to 9 years ago. The previous owner put some nice custom rims on it which now constantly leak air due to the fact that I cannot afford to put the tires on these custom rims. I am wanting to switch back to a regular honda rim but I am having a hard time finding these rims and I do not know what the original size for my accord is 13,14, or 15. I have a 4 door 1992 Honda Accord Sedan (automatic). Please help...

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Im pretty sure the stock size wheel for the accord is a 14in wheer. Tire size I believe is 195/65/14

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Thw ex model use 15 in lx and dx use 14

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Your tires will certainly last longer and your steering may be sharper. Here are the issues (having done this on other cars):

  • cars are generally designed to use one size of tire for a reason...too large a tire is not good in the rain, for example
  • your speedometer/odometer will read wrong
  • there is a possibility of body interference in turns or in full suspension jounce
Assuming you do this: make sure your front end is in good condition and use the same width tire. Your car may have a different model with an oversized tire. Ask your dealer what modifications to address the speedometer issue are available.

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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