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04-13-2019 11:57 PM
FritzR I bought Cooper CS5 Grand Touring 195 55R16 tires at 35000. I probably could have got another 5000 out of the original tires. They are 1% smaller than the originals. They cost $507 out the door. They are smoother quieter and about the same rolling resistance (new tires of the same variety will lose about 4% mpg due to 20% higher rolling resistance for new as compared to worn tires and the measurement difference for the same. )
07-10-2018 10:39 PM
Honkblarg I really don't want to make my Odo or speedo off. 195/60-16 will work great right? Significantly cheaper the stock TOYO 185's my Yaris IA came with too.
06-26-2018 01:45 PM
joelg1988
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Originally Posted by bluedriver7 View Post
hey guys question i have a scion ia 2016 195/55R16 LIONHART would these tire fit and be okay fire the tires.
If you read the whole thread, you'll see that other people already have the 195/55/16's on and they work just fine. As far as using the Lionhart brand for tires, I can tell you they're not very popular and it's going to be hard to get an opinion in this forum. You should just read general reviews for Lionhart tires online.
06-20-2018 11:45 AM
bluedriver7 hey guys question i have a scion ia 2016 195/55R16 LIONHART would these tire fit and be okay fire the tires.
04-27-2018 01:59 AM
iAoperator here we go! looks good! I have 205 x 45 r17 with tanabe lowering coils and 20mm spacers in the rear- no rubbing. front might be a problem, so just getting 5mm spacers tomorrow for the front
04-18-2018 11:11 PM
DemioDJDriver I'm using 215 45 R17 on a 17x7 wheel with an offset of 40. No rubbing and improved overall handling. Almost same height as stock tire, definitely wider.
04-18-2018 10:34 PM
iAoperator u r f stupid- google it! 215x45x17 works- still have 16'- put on anything what you can find
04-17-2018 04:18 AM
iAoperator i have 205x45x17+ 20mm spacers in the rear- better handling and appearance!. Unfortunately 20mm spacers looking to big for the front with mine summer wheels, so to be safe going to instal 10mm in front for the summer.
04-16-2018 09:41 AM
bluelinelife That's what I have 195 55 16 not too bad
04-15-2018 06:57 PM
iAoperator bigest 215x45x17, but if u r talking about 16 inch factory wheel- then you can run any ballun u like- like 195x55x16
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