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Will 185 70 R14 Tires fit on dodge neon 2000

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Yes, they will fit just fine.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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Hi , tires recommended on that vehicle are 195/75R14 and 205/75R14. The tires you have are taller and wider than recommended. The taller may or may not rub fender wells going around corners, etc. The wider would be ok, but may not mount to your rims. Call a good tire shop and ask a mechanic there if it is feasable to use those tires on your existing rims. Mike

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SOURCE: will a tire size 195/70/R14 fit on a 06 dodge caravan?

No they will not. The last set of numbers is the rim diameter. the studded tires are for a 14" wheel. The two tire option for you vehicle are 215/70R15 (15" tire) and 215/65R16 (16" tire)

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