# What Tyre Size Do I Need?

## How do I figure out what size tires I need?

The tire size for your vehicle and wheels can be found in two places: Sidewall of your tire. Inside frame of the driver side door.

## What TYRE size can I fit?

Equivalency table

Rim width Minimum tyre width Ideal tyre width
6,5 Inches 185 mm 195 or 205 mm
7, 0 Inches 195 mm 205 or 215 mm
7,5 Inches 205 mm 215 or 225 mm
8, 0 Inches 215 mm 225 or 235 mm

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 215?

yes, There will be a difference, you will notice it more in the diameter if you get the same profile series. The second number is a percentage. The sidewall of this tire is 50% as tall as the tire is wide. Needless to say XX% of 215 is not the same as 235.

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?

Obviously, you will need a certain kind of tire depending on how you use your vehicle. Due to this, a 235 tire might not be better than a 225 tire, or vice versa, but depending on your situation, one tire might serve you better than the other.

## What do the 3 numbers mean on tire size?

Tire Width Is the width of the tire measured in millimeters from sidewall to sidewall. The first three -digit number in the tire size refers to the tire width. For instance, in a size P215/65 R15 tire, the width is 215 millimeters.

## Can I fit 225 Tyres instead of 215?

Yes you can. The table below indicates that the two tires can share the 17 inch rim size with the same 7 inch width, which gives a slightly smaller overall diameter (only 1 cm), which is negligible and wouldn’t really affect the overall handling of the car with similarly minimal effect on speedometer reading.

## What size tire fits a 4.5 rim?

Coker Tire says the range for a 4.5 ” wheel is 145-175, and the range for a 6″ wheel is 205-235. Bridgestone lists 5.5-6.5″ wheels as the suitable range for their 195 tires.

## Can I change TYRE size?

It’s possible to change the size of your tires without actually changing the diameter. One example is if you want larger rims – you can buy tires that compensate for the larger rims by reducing the “height” of the outer tire.

## How much bigger is a 235 than 215 tire?

Tire size. The tire size is the width in millimeters from the edge of one sidewall to the edge of the other sidewall. Therefore, a 235 tire is 20 millimeters wider than a 215 tire.

## Can I put 245 tires on 215 rims?

A 215 tire is 30 mm or about 1.2 inches narrower than a 245 tire. If you were to mix 215 and 245 tires (with the same aspect ratio) on the same driven axle, it is likely the difference in diameter would cause issues in your differential. If on different axles, perhaps ABS or computer issues or perhaps fine.

## Can you drive a car with two different size tires?

Long story short: Yes, it is a problem to have two tires of different sizes on the front (or back) of your car. Having two different – sized tires on the same axle is generally not a good thing. Sometimes, people choose to put larger tires on the rear axle of their vehicle for handling reasons, cosmetic reasons, etc.

## Can I use 235 55r17 instead of 225 65R17?

Yes. For safety reasons be sure that the replacement tires are rated for both load and speed at or above the specifications for your Vehicle. Be sure to replace the tires in pairs on either the front or rear axles. Failure to do so could cause problems.

## How much taller is a 235 tire than a 225?

Plus Sizes

225 /75-15 235 /75-15
Diameter inches (mm) 28.29 (718.5) 28.88 (733.5)
Width inches (mm) 8.86 ( 225 ) 9.25 ( 235 )
Circum. inches (mm) 88.87 (2257.23) 90.72 (2304.36)
Sidewall Height inches (mm) 6.64 (168.75) 6.94 (176.25)

## Which tire is taller 225 or 235?

If I recall, on a 225 /45 tire, the highth is 45% of the tire width. So on a 235 tire, it would be a little taller.