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Need new tires, no v speed rated tires 2 b found. other type?

We're moving from maui to mainland very soon and need to replace original tires on '95 honda accord. says it only takes v speed rated tires and there don't seem to be any available here. Is it safe to put h rated on?

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I just researched the v vs h situation..
I went to good old reliable tirerack.com
there are tires available for your 95 accord in the v and h categories... you can have them delivered to your front door for about 45 bucks... so you still can get your v tires... the only difference is the v is rated for 149 mph and the h is rated for 130mph.... they both are recommended for coupes and sedans...

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