Question about 2004 Oldsmobile Bravada
That depends on the type of rims that you have on the vehicle.
If the rims are stock from the factory, then open your driver door and on the inside edge there should be a sticker. It should have the size tires you need,a s well as the air pressure, listed. You should also be able to find that information located on the inside of your glove compartment. There is a label on the backside of the glove compartment door and it will also list the type of tires that came with the vehicle.
If the rims have been changed out, then look on the tires them selves. You should see a series of numbers, like 235/70R15. That would be the size of tire that is on that rim.
If this is a 4WD, or AWD, all the tires must be the same size. Don't have different sizes on different rims.
If you are still not sure, just take your vehicle to a tire store and have them take a look.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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