I use the one at http://www.dsm.org/tools/tiresize.htm whenever people start asking what tires can go on their car. Very handy tool.
Sidewall: 3.4" (- the 2.5" stretch!)
Diameter: 19.9" (- the 2.5" stretch!) AKA how to lower your car over 3" without touching the suspension.
Speedometer reading with non-stock tire is 14.3% fast.
Modified by the brit at 12:26 PM 5-5-2004
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sorry to bring this back from the dead, but I found this site, its pretty BA.
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i got a question...
recently i change my tires... i was using the oem size 195/65-15... and i change it for 195/50-15 i know its not a big change
but i have the dubt if i've made the right choice??? it does look a lot cooler but now im worry if the new tires can handle the weight of my car...
i know that the speedometer can change but that doesnt worry me at all...