What is the typical tire sized used on a pimped out 2000 Toyota Echo?

Asked by Jun 09, 2016 at 11:36 PM about the 2000 Toyota ECHO

Question type: Car Customization

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Wheels.. well, I'd suggest 15s. They're lightweight and are generally the size the JDM tuners build their cars around. Bump up the tire width a bit and run 195/50R15s. They're just a touch larger in diameter than the stock 175/65R14s. This will keep the rolling distance similar and reduce any power loss with a larger tire. Also get the lightest 15s you can find! Konig Heliums weigh in at 11lbs. According to quadraphonic at http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/26-yaris-scion-ia-vitz-echo- forum/30428-echo-mods.html

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Thanks so much Gracie! Your insight into this subject helps me out tremendously. Are you a proud owner of a pimped out Toy Echo?


You're welcome and I am not but I am a fan of the inventive ways people use all sorts of vehicles these days :)

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