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What size tire will work to have the same highth and can I put raideals insted of nilon only on front

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The tyres fitted must conform to the original manufacturers certificate of homoglonation ,any deviation from this will render the driver liable to prosecution ,also the vehicle will not pass its annual mechanical inspection ,so look on the vehicle registration papers and it should show what tyres are permitted to be fitted and the speed rating

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I've always use ALL radials or ALL nylon tires. 235/85-16 is the stock size tire for a 2wd. check out "discount tire" for some good ideas

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