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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-09-2010, 09:44 PM
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Largest 15inch Tire....

What is the largest 15inch tire you can put on a cobalt without it rubbing?

I now live on a dirt road thats shitty and muddy and need a better tire and they don't make anything aggressive in a 195/60 15......

I was thinking I might be able to squeeze a 205/75 15 in there. but i dunno. Has anyone tried?

I know, if I wanted a truck i should have bought a truck, but the economy is bad, I moved when I wasn't planning on moving, and now I'm stuck with this car for at least 3 more years till it paid off... Got to make due with what I got.

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lol i have a bronco for sale if u have money and want a truck to work on

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I Like fords.... but I hate them also cause of there problems.
 
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Never had a problem with the factory tires when I visited my inlaws in NM over the holidays in 1 foot of snow and real nasty wet muddy roads 3 miles, then their dirt driveway(1/2 mile long).



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I have no problem driving down dirt roads or anything with the stock tires...
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