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Can 165 70 13 tyres be used to replace 175 75 13 on a 1998 lancer

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It's OK is you do it in pair.

10 mm tailer and 5 mm wider is not so bad.


Please do this swap in pair.

Keep tall (1st send of number) tire in rear.

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Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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