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Question On Different Size Tires

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The car wouldn't know if it was coming or going!Sorry... couldn't resist. My guess is that it would adversly affect the handling but I'm sure a more knowledgable forum member will help you with this question shortly.

Edited by Tom P.

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Thanks so much folks! I'm still kinda new at this 'forum' thing, and I'd struggle with searching. So, I'm assuming that if you have the right wheel, that the tires CAN be the same size. That's what I'm getting out of the other thread. Thanks again. Sorry to duplicate.

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Yes, that's what I have; 175/55r15 in all four corners.B)

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Even to add to this, the original Japanese spec 450 came with the same size tires front and rear - the smaller tires were shared. This was so that the width of the 450 would fall into K car classifications.

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And the roadholding on four 145s would fall into Reliant Robin territory ;)

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Gee, you mean like this:

One of my favorite vids on youtube is the one where they are racing 2 robins (what this comes from). One of them is nothing but a cage, and the other is this one featured in this video... priceless.

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