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I got 14" tires &

I got 14" tires & i want to put them my 95 accord,will they fit

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185/65 14 is the standard for that car!

Posted on Nov 11, 2010

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Make sure they comply with the certificate of homoglonation for your country but yes they will fit with the right rims

Posted on Nov 11, 2010

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there are different speedo gears in the transmission available that will allow for some ratio changes in the diff so check with a dealer spares to see if any are available for your vehicle
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if that is the case by fitting a larger tire case may get back closer to the correct reading
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ITS A 95, and old. and has spring sag.
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What size tire is on a 1992 honda accord


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I just researched the v vs h situation..
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