how many pounds of air do you put in a P225/60R16 Michelin tire?

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Answered: What does P225 /60 R16 mean as a tire code?

P means it's intended for use on a passenger car. 225 is the nominal tread width in millimeters. 60 is the profile ( ie height is 60% of the width). R means it is a standard Radial wound tire. 16 means it fits a 16" rim

Answered: Vogue tires

ANYBODY KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND P225 75 R15 vogue tires? Contact Les Schwab Tires. They have dealerships across the western US and can usually find direct replacements or generic replacements. This is a very common size tire for most full-sized American cars or smaller, light duty pickups.

Answered: What does P225 /60 R16 mean asa tire code?

P means it's intended for use on a passenger car. 225 is the nominal tread width in millimeters. 60 is the profile ( ie height is 60% of the width). R means it is a standard Radial wound tire. 16 means it fits a 16" rim

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Only a leftist would be stupid enough to try to sell scrap tires. You PAY to get rid of them at a rubber recycler. You pay less if they are clean. Where does AOL Answers get these leftist morons, anyway?

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