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Old 10-26-2013, 11:27 AM
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I recently got a 2008 PT Touring. This was my dad's car, I helped him buy it be in 08. He passed last May, and I bought it from the estate. It has 22000 miles and is in showroom condition.

My question is, the tires on it are 205/55/16, and I have a set of winters from my old car that have only been run for 1 winter (great shape) they are 215/69/16. Can I fit theses on without rubbing?

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Old 10-26-2013, 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Steelerdude1 View Post
I recently got a 2008 PT Touring. This was my dad's car, I helped him buy it be in 08. He passed last May, and I bought it from the estate. It has 22000 miles and is in showroom condition.

My question is, the tires on it are 205/55/16, and I have a set of winters from my old car that have only been run for 1 winter (great shape) they are 215/60/16. Can I fit theses on without rubbing?

Thanks!
Sorry 215/60/16
 
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Old 10-27-2013, 11:15 PM
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If that PT is anything like my Sebring, I would expect that the answer is "no". The clearance on my Sebring is very tight with the stock tires and the PT is a smaller car with even less room to play around with.
You might try browsing around the internet at places like tirerack.com to see if they have some type of information about clearances.
 
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