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Post Info TOPIC: 1963 original tire size ?


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1963 original tire size ?


Does anyone know the original tire size for 1963 Pontiac Parisienne convertible



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Would it not be in the Owners Manual?
If you happen to have one, that is.

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I believe 7.50-14 if the same as 64



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65Camino wrote:

Would it not be in the Owners Manual?
If you happen to have one, that is.


 Checked my owner's manual.....it's there.

Regular Production except Station Wagons and Convertibles.....................................7.00 x 14

Convertible.........................................................................................................7.50 x 14

Station Wagons...................................................................................................8.00 x 14

All 327 Engine equipped vehicles except Station Wagons.........................................7.50 x 14

All 409 Engine equipped vehicles...........................................................................8.00 x 14

 

Tire Conversion Chart

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/45_conversionchart.jsp

 



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Thanks for info Urban



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You have finally cleared that up for me . Thank you Greaser !



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