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Tire size Hi, I just need to know the proper size tires to use on a 2001 Tiburon.

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The proper tire size should be on a sticker located on your door sill. When you open your drivers door look along the sill and pillar, look on the door itself also. There should be a sticker that says something along the lines of 205/60/R15 and will also tell you how many pounds to inflate your tires to. If you have an owners manual that will also tell you. Hope this helps and please do not forget to rate me.

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