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Im trying to replace rims for my 2002 hyundai accent...Ive seen 2 sizes on line, 13 x 4.5" and 13 x 5". If I change all 4 will there be an issue with my new 175/70r13 tires?

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I work at a tire shop. The tires will fit fine on those sizes of rims. I would use the 13 x 5", because its the widest and that way the tires don't have that pizza cutter look.

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