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Will a 225/60R16 fit my 2008 HHR

Will the larger tire cause problems with my odometer or rub when I turn?

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SOURCE: what is the biggest size rims that will fit on hhr

Dont go any bigger than 18s. With rims that big, it will ride like ****, and wear out your wheel bearings, tie rod ends, and more suspension stuff.

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SOURCE: Luggage Capacity of Chevrolet HHR

all the baggage u listed will fit easily in the rear cargo area and more, my family has one of these.

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SOURCE: Key win't turn ignition switch in 2008 Chevy HHR

replace the floor shifter. there is a switch on the shifter that allows the key to move. gm has had alot of problems with these shifters.

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SOURCE: Will 215/65R16 or 225/60R16 tires fit on my HHR?

yes they will work

Posted on Feb 18, 2010

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SOURCE: I got new rims and

did u get new tire pressure monitor valve stems for them and did they activate them? or did they swap them to the new wheels ? if not it will always be on

Posted on Oct 28, 2010

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