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Sat Jul 13 17:43:56 EDT 2013
Brian, the wider the tire the larger the footprint of the tire on the
ground will be and more friction as you turn is the result. If JR's
suggestion of a few more PSI doesn't do what you need without making the
car too quick, then a narrower tire is the solution.
On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 12:30 PM, Brian <bmoneill at juno.com> wrote:
> I currently have 205/55/R15 on my 65 Corsa convertible. They are M&S
> tires with the name Defender on them. It's time to change them. They're
> about 10 years old and one has a deep gash in th sidewall. I'd like to get
> something easier to turn and with a soft ride. Performance isn't a
> priority. The steering effort with a 15 inch aftermarket wheel is tough!
> My wife wants to be able to drive it but says she doesn't have the uscle
> power it now takes. Any recommendations?
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