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I need to know what the range of tires I can run on my 2005 Ford Freestar SEL 225/60/16 is what is in the door can I run 205/60/16 studded tires for winter

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Yes you can but your speedo reading will be out of zink so dont drive by the speedo
Get someone to drive in front of you and check the speedo in your car at 30 40 50 60 and mark it on your speedo with a black pen
tell them at the speeds to flash l/h/indecator once that will be the speed to mark off on the speedo.

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