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What is the factory size of tire for hi-ace?

Can i use 205/70r15c as a replacement tire for hi-ace? If not tuen what should be the right size?

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Hi, the alternative tyre list has already been provided by the manufacturer. just open drivers door and check for a sticker which is on the vehicle side and not on the door. usually its close to the hook that goes into the door lutch. hope this helps. if not can send you picture

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