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I need to get my tyres replaced and i need to know what tyre size i need. sorry im new to cars

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The other thing I'd mention as most people who don't know much about tyres don't consider this, is that when you reduce the height (wall) of a tyre by increasing the rim size, then you change two primary characteristics of the tyre's performance.


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