can i use 235/60/16 tires on 2011 ford escape xlt

Asked by Apr 12, 2018 at 06:59 PM about the Ford Escape

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Can you or should you? I wouldn't. the 235/60-16's are 2" smaller in diameter meaning a 7% difference from the stock 235/70-16's. You should go no bigger or smaller than 3% safety. Also if your Escape is AWD, all tires should be the same diameter so the system is not compromised.

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