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Hi people, im drivin a 99 crv with 215/75/15 A/T tyres on it and need to replace them soon.
The problem i have is, i have the standard 15" alloys and want to know what size A/T tyres i can put on it please...



many thanks people......Micky..;)
 

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Hi people, im drivin a 99 crv with 215/75/15 A/T tyres on it and need to replace them soon.
The problem i have is, i have the standard 15" alloys and want to know what size A/T tyres i can put on it please...



many thanks people......Micky..;)
your question is kinda strange. :confused:
you know your current tire size and you're asking for what size you can put on?? :confused:
 

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Hi people, im drivin a 99 crv with 215/75/15 A/T tyres on it and need to replace them soon.
The problem i have is, i have the standard 15" alloys and want to know what size A/T tyres i can put on it please...



many thanks people......Micky..;)

By the looks of how close the rear tire is to the body it doesn't look like you can go any bigger without doing some sort of modifications. You may want to have a tire shop do a test fit on a size or two bigger than your current size tire and see if they will clear.
 

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You are running pretty much the maximum size.

If you go with 225/75 you are going to rub a lot.
 

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bigger is better

225s are far from the biggest tires. i'm running 30x11.5 thornbirds on my little truck. i also have a ironman lift, no fender flares, lots of trimming and a lot of beating on the fire wall. all worth it though i got about 20" of clearance. thats enough to do some real offroading.
 

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225s are far from the biggest tires. i'm running 30x11.5 thornbirds on my little truck. i also have a ironman lift, no fender flares, lots of trimming and a lot of beating on the fire wall. all worth it though i got about 20" of clearance. thats enough to do some real offroading.
Welcome to the site! Thanks for chiming in. Post some pictures Nix, we'd love to see how it looks.
 
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