I went to a garage wherw they sell used tires that are in good shape. My caravan takes 225 65/16. I had them put 4 on. When i got home i noticed 1 tire says 225 70/16 on it and the othet 3 are 225 65/

Asked by Sep 17, 2015 at 06:01 PM about the 2007 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: General

16. Is it going to hurt that the 1 tire is
different

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29,075

on the front more than the rear... replace it..somehow...they didnt notice that? another case of bad business...

24,705

Not really a problem- the real danger is that you are rolling on 4 used tires- but that might be ok if you stay under 50 mph and don't drive in rain or snow- just a stopgap until you can get a set of new tires- do it ASAP-

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29,075

geeeezzz.. if on the front... one tire will be fater/slower by 4%...

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