Question about 1990 Daihatsu Rocky
That is quite a large change from stock. It will offset you speedometer, cause breaking issues, and could cause the vehicle to be unstable in handling and cornering. The largest it is recomending is 225/70/15. I could see going 235/70/15 with a very mild offset to the speedometer(not enough to worry about). They do make a 215/70/16 but you loose your width and grip and the price is more substancial. The ones listed above are better for longevity and price overall.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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