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    Posted: 20-May-2010 at 3:00PM
These are very usefull when you getting different wheels and need to know what size tire to run to keep your speedo just right.





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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20-May-2010 at 9:14PM
Here is one I like: tire size calculator@1010 tires
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Fixed!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21-May-2010 at 3:06AM
TomiTomi I like that 1010 one, that allows me to check four additional sizes for diameter. Still think the P225/60R16 will be the best size for me. I looked up a 1990 Aerostar (215-75-14) and compared it to 215-70-14 (on the car now), 225-75-14 (closest to H78-14), 225-70-15 (what I'd find on an 80s Panther) and 225-60-16 (CVPI)

A lot of companies make the 16's. Some make the 15's. Few make the 215-70-14, and no one makes the others. Well, we know SOME do, but 1010 doesn't carry those.
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