Question about 1985 Plymouth Reliant
I'd go with 185/70/13. Speedo will read 62 mph when doing 60 mph, but on that year it shouldn't affect anything else enough to be worried about it. Tire will be slightly wider, which will make steering feel a little more responsive, as in pay attention for first while when driving, it will feel like it turns a little quicker when steering wheel moved, so just pay attention a little more in beginning until your used to it, but most people won't even notice. Also make sure you get the proper feel if in snow/slush, or heavy rains, due to wider tire, may tend to hydroplane slightly more. Check with your installer, and they should be able to advise according to your driving conditions.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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