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I have a toyota corolla 2001 and I am wondering if a P17570r14 would have a smoother ride than a p17565r14?

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The ride between the two would be very unnoticeable. I have ran both at one time or the other(looks mainly) and could not really tell any difference. Both felt the same as far as smoothness and handling in the corners. The only difference was really in the looks. If you are looking for a smoother ride, I would recommend a larger dia wheel, something like 15 or 16's, but of course that means lots more money than just tires. You could also just go to a very high grade of tire- Michelin or Bridgestone or one of the other well known tires out there. You will find that the lower mile tires vs tires that are rated for extended wear, will ride smother and hold the road better( they are softer) but wear a lot faster. You may also consider putting on a higher grade shock and strut to help smooth out the road. The factory shocks and struts are O.K. , but after market ones are far superior. I hope this helps.

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The 70 has a higher aspect ratio so it will ride smoother becasue it is taller between the wheel and the ground.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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    go to tirerack.com and compare tires and make sure you stay close to your original tire diameter or speedo will be off and tire fit may be close. Stay within 1/2 inch

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My toyota corolla 2002 is making noise once ignited (like a diesel engine) @ 1500 RPM. Then after some few minutes, the RPM goes down to 850-1000 and the noise ceases. it may take upto 5 min. to cease. if driven before the nose ceases, once the gear has been engaged, the noise becomes very loud and distressful but after reaching 30MPH, it ceases again only to be heard once you've to the end of the journey, but not as loud but still heard. its 3 weeks now from the last service which included the air filter, oil filter, plugs and oil. kindly assist.

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