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1989 Plymouth Colt Tires

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You can usually find your vehicle’s version/ option in one of the following places:

  • Passenger Tire Sidewall

  • High Flotation Tire Sidewall

  • Inside Your Door Jamb

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1989 Plymouth Colt Tires

1989 Plymouth Colt tires are an important component of the 1989 Plymouth Colt vehicle, as they provide the necessary grip and traction needed for peak performance. When choosing tires for a 1989 Plymouth Colt, it is important to consider the type of driving that the vehicle will be used for, as well as the specific needs and requirements of the driver. For example, if the 1989 Plymouth Colt will be primarily used for city driving, tires with a softer tread compound and a more comfortable ride may be more suitable. On the other hand, if the 1989 Plymouth Colt will be used for more performance-oriented driving, tires with a harder tread compound and a more aggressive tread pattern may be more appropriate. It is also important to consider the size and type of tire that is compatible with the 1989 Plymouth Colt, as using the wrong size or type of tire can negatively impact the vehicle's performance and safety.

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The longer a tire is in service, the more opportunities there are for it to be exposed to adverse environmental or service conditions. While most tires will be replaced sooner, Goodyear recommends that any tire in service 6 years or more be replaced even if it has not reached the legal treadwear limit. For details around the Penny Test to check your tread depth, visit

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It depends on your vehicle’s make and model. But the fastest way to check is on the driver’s side door jamb or on your current tire’s sidewall. For more information on how to locate this information, visit: