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How do you determine wheel size?
Gearing and speedometer accuracy is normally affected when you replace the wheels on a car with larger ones.
posted: October 17, 2012
 
    
 
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shiku
    
Wheel size is composed of 2 dimensions, the wheel width and wheel diameter. For example, a 22×9.0 wheel has a diameter of 22” and a width of 9”. You can also check the wheel size by looking at the vehicle owner’s manual or by looking at your tire TIN number. Visit http://4wheelonline.com/Cepek_Wheels.67287 to learn more about wheels.
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shiku
    
Wheel size is composed of 2 dimensions, the wheel width and wheel diameter. For example, a 22×9.0 wheel has a diameter of 22” and a width of 9”. You can also check the wheel size by looking at the vehicle owner’s manual or by looking at your tire TIN number. VisitDick Cepek Wheels

to learn more about wheels.
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shiku
    
Wheel size is composed of 2 dimensions, the wheel width and wheel diameter. For example, a 22×9.0 wheel has a diameter of 22” and a width of 9”. You can also check the wheel size by looking at the vehicle owner’s manual or by looking at your tire TIN number. Visit Dick Cepek Wheels to learn more about wheels.
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