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Tire size question 195 65 r15 on a 2000si

Old 08-Nov-2005, 09:54 PM
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Tire size question 195 65 r15 on a 2000si

Im eyeing up a set of slightly used goodyear ice grips on 15 inch steelies. They are 195 65 r15 does anyone know if they will fit a 2000 si? any chance of rubbing of something? maybe somone is running a set and can tell me forsure.

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Old 08-Nov-2005, 10:00 PM
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how much is your car dropped?

overall diameter will increase from 23.46 to 25.04 so you will be 0.8" higher off the ground, and your fender gap will be 0.8" smaller

if your drop isnt huge then you shouldnt have a problem
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no drop at all. completely stock suspension
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Old 08-Nov-2005, 11:48 PM
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then you shouldnt have any problems

but think about if ur planning to drop and stuff
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nahh its a daily driver... my 97 get all the mods

thanks for the input
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with a drop they will rub without, nope ull be fine , i rubbed with a 2 inch drop but at stock height no problems, same car
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Originally posted by Joker
with a drop they will rub without, nope ull be fine , i rubbed with a 2 inch drop but at stock height no problems, same car

thank you sir
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Keep in mind your speedo and mileage will be off, though.
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there you go man
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sweet info! thanks
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