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I have 2003 toyota corolla . the standard tire size is 190/60/15, can I change the tires to 190/65/15 thanx

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Should be enough room, will change your speedometer readings slightly

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I want to know tire pressure for the rear and front .


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It depends on the tires you are mounting. The specifications may also vary a bit depending on your driving style and on the terrain. You find a sticker with the tire specifications in your SUV.

Most 2003 Corolla mount 175/65R14 Bridgeston Potenza, Michelin, Dunlop standard or Goodyear Allegra tires. In that case it will be 42/40 PSI front/back (2.9/2.8 bar) recommended.

If you have Dunlop Sport Tires or any other 185 / 65 R14 sport, then it will be 44 PSI (3.0 bar) maximum pressure.

Sep 14, 2011 | 2003 Toyota Corolla

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I have 1998 toyoto corolla what kind tire should i use and what size


This depends a lot upon what size rims you have, and what your driving conditions will be. Generally, the type of tire that is already in use on the car should be fine (the tire type and size are printed on the side of the tire ... usually something like "P175 65R14" or something like that -- it's in big lettering on the sidewall). The "P" in my example is for "Passenger" cars ... the first number (175 in the example) is the width of the tire tread in Millimeters ... the second number (65 in the example) measures the depth of the tire -- the distance from the rim to the tread ... "R14" gives you the radius of your rim.
The width of the tire affects the handling of your car (wider tires give you better handling) but can also contribute to road noise -- the wider the tire the noisier it is. If you've heard the noise from a Jeep with mudders (extra wide tires for driving in muddy conditions), then you understand the noise. With a Corolla you will probably not be facing too many off-road situations, so between 145 and 185 should be fine for a first number.
With a corolla, I would always recommend a passenger tire ... other ratings are for trucks and load-bearing vehicles.
The depth of the tire can also affect handling and road noise. The second number (65 from the example) gives you the depth. If you are looking for low-profile tires, this would be a smaller number. Although this does affect the handling and noise, it is mostly about the look of the tire. If you desire to have a family-car look, go far something in the range of 65 ... A little more or less will not have much effect that you will notice, but a larger number will make the car jolt less whan you hit a pothole or a bump in the road.
"R14" from the example is the most important number, and the only one that cannot change without changing the rims. This is the radius of the rim, and MUST match or the tire will not fit, or will pop off the rim while driving. Read the sidewall of the tires you have now, and use the same R number. Generally, anyone mounting tires will make sure that you have the right size before they will put the rubber on the rim for you -- it is as dangerous to mount a wrong-size tire as it is to drive on one.
If you have more questions about your tires, I would recommend visiting a tire retailer and speaking with someone directly -- they are generally well trained about tire specifications, and can give you more detail about the effect that each aspect of a tire will have on your driving experience. Having driven a few Corollas, I always used P175/65R14 on mine (I think it is pretty standard) but please be sure to check your tire to make sure you have the same size rims.

May 23, 2011 | 1998 Toyota Corolla

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The standard size tire for a 2001 Jetta is 195/65/15 but could a 205/65/15 tire be used?


I would use the proper sized tire for the 2001 Jetta of p195/65R15 and not the p205/65R15 as the larger size might rub against the wheel wells.

In general, reputable tire retailers will not go up or down more than one size step on any particular axle and will often recommend the original tire size stamped on the inside of the door, or the original tire size recommended for your year, make, and model vehicle which can change from year to year.

Dec 17, 2010 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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Could you please tell me what size snow tire I need for a 2005 Toyota Corolla CE.


175/65 r14 for sure

I personnaly believe in winter tire benefits in regard to the weather we have during winter in Canada.
On top of it, the Quebec provincy law since last year make it mandatory between december 15th up to somewhere in march.
Hope it will help
Dan

Dec 17, 2009 | 1996 Toyota Corolla

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What is the right tires for 1996 toyota xl 2e


175/65-14 is the standard size tires.

A upgrade will be
185/65-14.


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Dec 11, 2009 | 1996 Toyota Corolla

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What is the standard tyre size for corolla ae 110


Look at the tire that's on your car now.. it should read either 185/65-14 or 175/65-14 depending on the Trim Model of the car...

The LE has the 185

Aug 13, 2009 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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What is the stock tire size for a 98 corolla


There was two different sizes on 98 Corollas, 175/65-14 and 185/65-14. If it's an LE model it uses the 185/65-14 size. Your owners manual or sticker in the door jamb should also provide that information.

Dec 15, 2008 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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