Asked by Feb 03, 2008 at 01:11 PM about the 1993 Geo Metro 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I believe the rims on this are 14". The Geo Metro was a Toyota-produced vehicle. Any good tire shop can give you tire size for this vehicle which will by definition include rim size -- For example, a tire designated P165/70R14 where the number after the R indicates Rim Size.

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The GEO was a GM/Suzuki also known as CAMI Automotive the linkk below is a wikipei page, as a bunch of info on the Geo/Suzuki joint venture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo_Metro Hope this helps, best of luck. Cheers

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The Geo Metro was a Suzuki produced vehicle also sold as the Suzuki Swift. It was marketed by Chevrolet in the United States. The rims were definitly 14" when I replaced them on the one I owned. It was an assembler car with parts coming from ali ovet the world, as to the bolt pattern and center bore it mignt pay to search under "suzuki rims".

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I just purchased a 93 Geo Metro Hatchback, and according to the specs it should come stock with 12 in rims and a 145/80/r12 tire. the tires on mine however are 155/80/R12 and I am having a heck of a time finding tires for this thing at 12 inch. I am considering swapping up to a 13 inch rim and tire for convenience.

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I have an 89 Metro XFi which has Kumho Power Star 758 155/80R12. They are long-lasting tires and seem to have good traction and low road noise. I bought a set, actually 5, one for the spare also, at Discount Tire. I noticed they were getting hard to find, so I have 4 of 'em sitting behind my couch, waiting to be needed. Ask Discount to find you some. They might have to get 'em from another location or two, but they can most likely get 'em for you. There also is a Yokohama 12-inch tire, but it's more expensive and harder to find.

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I have a set of 155/80R12 from a totaled Chevy Sprint

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mines are 13 inches.. stock. and I use yokohamas ice guard tires on it

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205/45-15 close to stock but alot better handling. doesn't change speed-o from stock 155/85-12

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I have a 1994 geo metro i have owned for 5 years . My car came from the factory with 155/80/r12 rims and tires. I replaced them with 175/65r14 tires and wheels they fit perfectly. none of the geo metros come with 14 inch tires and wheels.Killian tire in Hickory nc has these wheels and tires 175/65r14 for under 500 dollars brand new.

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I have a 1993 metro with 13's but i need to know what size 13

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