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Question Details Asked:May 31, 2011 - 05:01 AMStatus:Closed
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The 265s should work. There will be a 2.2% speedo error, so when your speedo says 60 mph, you will actually be going 61.3 mph. Also your new tire will have a larger diameter, but not too much, only .7 of an inch.
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