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Can i put other size tires on my 1995 honda passport other than specified?

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Yes, but you have to keep the correct rim size which is the last number
example 29575r15

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depressurize the fuel system per FSM.
pull battery neg. lug to prevent starts or sparks of any kind.
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rev. above.
its in the FSM. need one?
it at all there, all the time. and at mitchels.

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