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    2014 mirage tires (replacement for 165/65r14 size?)

    hi gang,,im new from wv ..
    I have a 2014 mirage automatic ,,today i had second incident were a tire let me down ..and man the mirage tires are well ,,just awful ..so im gonna order 4 new tires very very soon ,,i have logged 23000 since late july ..what sizes will interchange ..Can i run a 185/60/14 according to calculations im seeing its gotta be closest to stock ,,i just hate ordering a set and then they rub and or wont work ,,i drive my car a lot ,,its my work car ..i have a 650 hp supercharged mustang thats not drive enough lol ..i know u have had tire discussion before ,,but it seems no one is certain ,,what will interchange and work front and back and leave speedometer with couple mph of reading correct. also today i was literally two hours from nowhere ,,i had to slime a tire ,,did i ruin sensor? light is not on yet ..lol when car was new i piked up a tack and had tire plugged -today plug started leaking i was 4 hours from home ..wow this stuff sealed leak and got me home .. Name:  mm2.jpg
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    you do drive a very "green" car

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4v3r1ck View Post
    you do drive a very "green" car
    Green and eco,... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by satria_wr View Post
    Green and eco,... lol
    Does anyone know what tire will interchange best on Mirage?

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    Hi djulie1 -

    Have you seen this thread? Similar issue:

    Thread: Tire advice needed ASAP! (Hard to find replacement for OEM Enasave 165/65r14)

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    175/65/14 is common and will work fine. Personally, I'd want a 5" wide wheel for them, but it'll still work.

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    Your Mustang likely has the same 4x100 bolt pattern - just swap the wheels/tires from that. Then take a picture - that would be hilarious!

    I used this: https://www.mcgrefer.com/sizeinfo/16...2=page-2-width when shopping for winter tires. For winter, I like a higher profile, narrow tire on a minus-sized rim. For summer, but more durability, you might go with a slightly wider tire on the 14" like 175/65r14, or 175/70r13 for even more rubber between you and the potholes. If you want to turn faster, you could use a 15" rim (my dealer offers these), or maybe even 16" rim but you would be better off just getting in the Ford if performance was your goal!

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    Welcome to the site.
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    My after-market tire choice

    Quote Originally Posted by djulie1 View Post
    hi gang,,im new from wv ..
    I have a 2014 mirage automatic ,,today i had second incident were a tire let me down ..and man the mirage tires are well ,,just awful ..so im gonna order 4 new tires very very soon ,,i have logged 23000 since late july ..what sizes will interchange ..Can i run a 185/60/14 according to calculations im seeing its gotta be closest to stock ,,i just hate ordering a set and then they rub and or wont work ,,i drive my car a lot ,,its my work car ..i have a 650 hp supercharged mustang thats not drive enough lol ..i know u have had tire discussion before ,,but it seems no one is certain ,,what will interchange and work front and back and leave speedometer with couple mph of reading correct. also today i was literally two hours from nowhere ,,i had to slime a tire ,,did i ruin sensor? light is not on yet ..lol when car was new i piked up a tack and had tire plugged -today plug started leaking i was 4 hours from home ..wow this stuff sealed leak and got me home .. Name:  mm2.jpg
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    Hello. I put after-market wheels and tires on my Mirage two years ago and have been happy with the performance and look. I went with a different offset on the rim and the tire size is 195/55/15. I found a tire calculator online that showed the overall wheel height: a 65 series tire in 14 is roughly the same overall height as a 55/15 and a 45/16. I went with the 15 because of all the pot holes in my city. Being that you drive that Mustang I think youll be happier with the wider 195s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richie Notrich View Post
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    Hello Richie Notrich and welcome to the forum. You'll have to tell us more about yourself and your Mirage.

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