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Old 08-04-2011, 06:45 AM   #1
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Spare Tire-Compatablility

My last hurrah concerning tires. Based on review of previous older posts concerning replacement of blown tires replaced by road service on the road HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT THE SUPPLIED REPLACEMENT TIRE installed by road service is compatable? Example- I have HSR 225 70R load range G 19.5 continental tire. If road service brings out brand XYZ 225 70r load range G 19.5 tire CAN I DEPEND ON THAT TIRE BEING A MATE TO EXISTING TIRES? Input from tire guru's is appreciated. Thanks.

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Generally any brand/model of tire of the same size and load range will be close enough in size to be an acceptable mate for your other tires. Your greatest risk is that the other tires are worn enough that the new tire has a substantially greater circumference than the existing ones. That's a problem if paired as a dual.

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