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I need to know.. what type and size tires needs to be purchased to replace the old ones?

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LOOK ON SIDEWALL OF YOUR TIRES IT WILL TELL YOU IN WRITING YOUR TIRES SIZE AND TIRE PRESSURE.THE TIRE SHOP CAN LOOK UP YOUR TIRE SIZE.

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The size of the tyre is fairly easy......there is a tyre code on the outside of the tyre that tells you what the rim size, the profile, and a whole bunch of info.....if you check out

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tire_code

This is the best site I have used to explain to people what tyre size they have....now the type depends on cost/budget/preference.....there is a bunch of different types of tyres to choose from, and different ,manufacturers claiming all sorts of things......it ould not do any of us any good to spend all day on this topic...my suggestion is to got to a tyre supplier shop and ask them what they have on offer for your needs.....do you do alot of highway driving, is it extremely wet/icy in your area etc...and you can see and feel the difference between each tyre

I hope this helps.....

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P225/60R17 This is the size.

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Look on the side of the tires on thr car you will see Numbers like (225 r70 15 just example) these numbers are the tire size are the tire size as far as the make its up to you

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