what size tires on a 1990 lumina euro

Asked by Feb 07, 2007 at 10:39 AM about the 1990 Chevrolet Lumina 2 Dr Euro Coupe

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I bought a lumina with 16" tires on it but they rub

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Hello, Yes, those are big for the 1990 Euro. The original tires for this car are 205/70-15. Enjoy your new car! Best of luck! CarGrrl

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tires for the euro were 16"

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my euro had 16" on it, its considered to be a sporty car, so it will have bigger tires than usual

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I have 2 1991 Chevy lumina's one Euro and one standard 3.1. For the Euro 3.1 which is my primary car, the car comes with P215/60R16 tires. On that very same car i have had just for fun, P235/35/R20 and they didn't seem to rub but im sure the offset has alot to do with it. As for the base model i believe they came with P205/70/R15 which were the norm considering that the euro was a "sports car" and needed to have bigger tires and rims!

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