What size tires should I put on my 1968 Dodge Charger?

Answer On One Hand: F70 Red Streak TiresAccording to Muscle Car Drive's portfolio of the 1968 Charger, the RT had 14-inch F70 Red Streak tires come standard. To fully restore this car to its original glo... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rear Brakes on a 1968 Dodge Charger?

At the time when rotary dial telephones reigned supreme and television shows boasted of being broadcast in "living color," Dodge unveiled the 1968 Charger. The futuristic body style caught the eye ... Read More »

What size tires can I put on my Dodge truck?

The tire size for a Dodge truck varies according to the size and model of truck. For example, standard Dodge Ram Charger trucks made before 1993 take 31 x 10.5 tires. Newer (1994 to 2009) standard ... Read More »

What size tires does a 1997 Dodge Intrepid have?

The 1997 Intrepid uses size P225/60R16 tires. This means it uses passenger (P) radial (R) tires that are 225 millimeters wide with a sidewall height of 135 millimeters (60 percent of the width) and... Read More »

What size tires does a 2005 Dodge Stratus need?

The 2005 Dodge Stratus R/T sedan and the R/T coupe had original equipment tires that were 215/50-17. The Stratus SXT coupe and sedan came with 205/60-16 tires as standard original equipment.Source:... Read More »