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Alright, this is my first time changing tires.

I have a 1991 P10, completely stock with the stock 14 inchers.

As for winter tires, would these work with the stock rims?

Yokohama
Guardex 720
195/60R14 86Q

Also, how hard is it changing the tires on the G? What's the procedure for it?


Thanks guys!
 

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Come on guys I know these are the same size as stock tires, so they should work right?

What's the procedure for replacing them?
 

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You should be fine.
Are you taking the car to a tire shop? If so they should be able to swap them for you.
It's best to get a set of other rims specific for your snow tires, even the black steelies work.
Thats just my opinion, I dont like my nice rims damaged by the winter.
 

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195/60-14 will work, it is the stock size.

For winter it is suggested to go narrower and taller, like 185/65-14
 

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davew7 said:
You should be fine.
Are you taking the car to a tire shop? If so they should be able to swap them for you.
It's best to get a set of other rims specific for your snow tires, even the black steelies work.
Thats just my opinion, I dont like my nice rims damaged by the winter.
Yeah but I have crapass stock rims anyways so I don't rly care..

I was planning on buying second-hand and installing myself. Is it really that hard to do?
 

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Your going to have to get the tires mounted and balanced, shouldnt be more them 10 bucks per tire for mount and balance. After that you can just install the wheels with the snow tires on teh g and be on your way.
 

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Aight, I think I'm gonna go check out the snow tires that are stock size. They are only like $80 for all 4...
 

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Yeah but I have crapass stock rims anyways so I don't rly care..

I was planning on buying second-hand and installing myself. Is it really that hard to do?
Unless you like crazy vibrations I suggest you take it to your local tire store to mount and balance them.
 
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