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Thread: Toyota Echo: anyone seen/tried 185/60r14 tires on OEM rims on Echo?

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    Another Tom
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    Default Toyota Echo: anyone seen/tried 185/60r14 tires on OEM rims on Echo?

    > Anyone seen or tried 185/60r14 tires on oem rims on Echo(2001). Revs
    > per mile are about the same as stock 175/65r14 MX4 according to tire
    > rack. Width is OK on stock 5.5" rims according to tirerack. I am
    > looking for more stability (cheap) but don't want to contact any
    > suspension or body parts.
    > Thanx,


    my 2003 has 185/60/r15 "Potenza's" from the factory option Perhaps you can
    get some rims from the junkyard.

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    Gmlyle
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    Default Toyota Echo: anyone seen/tried 185/60r14 tires on OEM rims on Echo?

    "Al" <BonEhEAd@.nbnet.nb.ca> wrote in message
    news:407f039f.105359620@news.aliant.net...
    > Anyone seen or tried 185/60r14 tires on oem rims on Echo(2001). Revs
    > per mile are about the same as stock 175/65r14 MX4 according to tire
    > rack. Width is OK on stock 5.5" rims according to tirerack. I am
    > looking for more stability (cheap) but don't want to contact any
    > suspension or body parts.
    > Thanx,


    Find someone who has a new Scion and has gone for aftermarket rims.

    Stock Scion rims are 15x6, the tires are 185/60R15, and the wheels bolt onto
    an Echo.

    Takeoffs run about $100 a set and they usually only have a few miles of
    wear. You can't buy the tires for that!

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