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Yes you can but expect an error in speedo reading as you are decreasing the circumference of the tyre meaning it turns faster to cover the same distance.. The 195 is the rim width The 75 is the profile height of the side wall and the 14 is the rim diameter in inches So smaller profile size ==lower car= wrong speedo reading. You can use this information to change the rims IE go to 15 inch rims so the tyre reading would look like this 195 35 15 would be about the same as 195 95 14. By lowering the profile size you can go up in rim dia size and still retain the same speedo readings and car height.. Talk to a tyre shop to get the idea.
even if you changed ALL of the steering components,you would still feel "wander"this is because the tyres are flexing sideways,if you only use your car on road you could try fitting bigger wheels and ultra low profile tyres.but its gonna cost lots (double for the tyres alone..)and winter grip would be compromised unless you have summer and winter sets.if you want to go bigger wheels get back to me with your wheel/tyre sizes so i can give you the upgrades you can go to.....
first thing is have the alignment checked also low profile tires look nice but you looose the comfort in the ride,you will feel everything in the road, the smaller the profile the worse the ride, to get some comfort you need good tires but will never get the smoth ride with low profile.the reving you would need to start by having the computer system scanned to find out why it revs, may be the throtlebody or the gas pedal sensor. hope this helps.