tires on 1990 Toyota Camry

what size tires r recomended

by in Centreville, AL on February 20, 2009
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2 answers
ANSWER by , October 19, 2009
have owened an 88 V6 camry and they were 195 60 15, the 4 cyl can have the 14s but more commonly they have upgraded as my current 90 camry 4 cyl to the 195 60 15.
ANSWER by , February 20, 2009
Check out Tirerack.com, they show your stock tire size to be 185/70-14 I know you put 4 cylinder in the option, in case you do have a V6, the size is 195/60-15 http://www.tirerack.com/tires/dg/MenuServlet?PID=3200848&autoMake=Toyota&search=tdg&AID=10400405&autoYear=1990& The first number (185) in the tire size denotes the tire's section width in millimeters The second number (70) is called the aspect ratio, it determines the sidewall size and is a percentage of the width (180 x 70%) The third number (14) is your wheel's diameter in inches. hope this helps decode the tire sizes a little for you. You should be able to find the size on the sidewall of your current tires. It might look like 185/70R14 ...the 'R' just means it's a radial style tire