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The front of my 97-dodge interpid sits highrh than the rear...

I just brought my car had the tires rotated & now the front sit's higher than the rear by about a inch ,are the rear rim's bigger thant the front?..

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    If the #s on the tires are the same then tires should be the same...when all else fails, measure them with a tape measure.

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No, they should be the same size.

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