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alternate tire diameter 2002 GT wagon ?


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#1 kleggo

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Posted 17 September 2004 - 06:54 PM

Hi
stock tire size = 205 / 55 X 16 for a 2002 GT wagon.

it's new tire time and i want to buy something that will fill the wheelwells a bit more and want to know if any of you definatively know if a 215 / 60 X 16
or a 225 / 60 X 16 tire will cause any issues with check engine lights or speed sensors or ??????????????????
yes,
i know that they will physically fit
and
that they will offer lesser handling performance
and
the sub. dealer says "no way", you'll kill it.

the larger tires add 1.0" and 1.3" greater diameter respectively.
thanks

kleggo




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