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Popping of front passenger tire - 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Remove the tyre and inspect the rim for marks /flat spots and any damage that does not allow the bead of the tyre to seal properly. Next check that the tyre width is correct for the rim width . IF you have a 6 " rim and are trying to fit 225 tyres on it the beards will fall of the rim . If you are trying to fit 125 tyres on it then the side walls will sit up to straight and the tyre will fall of the rim. Discuss the optimum tyre for the rim with a tyre dealer and remember it is not a case of what you want but a case of what will fit the rim properly.

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