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Sizes of the tires on a 98

I have a 98 festiva and i am hoping to find out what size the tires so that i can change the rims as they are old and i dint like them. i just needed to now the size so i can mod it a bit...

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Orignal size is 165/70/12 but you can use a 175/60or65 /13 to modify it a bit

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