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The tires in my aveo 2004 sedan are 175 65 R14. And when I checked the standard size on several sites I found it 185 60 R14. I want to change my tires now. Which size I should follow??? Thank you

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Check the drivers door or door pillar factory sticker would have proper size
that car roll off assembly line with
there is also compatible size that could be used
ex-- performance tire

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