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When changing rim sizes, you need to manage the "height" of the tire to compensate. Usually folks are shifting to larger rims so to keep the circumference the same, a lower profile tire is used. If you are going from 19s to 17s, you will need a much "taller" tire. I believe Tire Rack has a calculator that can help with tire selection. Tire Tech Information Tire Size Conversion Chart
Yes as long as u change the rims also not just the tires these numbers 195/60/15 195 is tire width 60 is tire height and 15 is rim size, most all Hondas will fit up to 215/35/18 with no rubbing issues on factory suspension ..... Every time the rim size changes u have change the height of the tire so it will fit some go as far as " stretching " the tire to allow larger rims or extreme offsets
Sounds like your Rims and Tires are too big. I'm surprised the place that sold them to you didn't tell you those wouldn't fit. Did they at least advise you that the larger tire will through your Speedometer off? If you change the Rim and Tire size you have to change the speed gear in the transmission in order to keep your speedometer accurate.
Make sure the rims are the correct bot pattern (4 X 98) and hubcentric. As for tire size, goin from a 13 to 14 inch rim is called plus one. The key is tio maintian the same tire diameter so the gear ratio and speedometer arenlt affected.
A stock 13 take a 195SR- 13 tire, wirth the 'SR' being a 75 series tire with a diameter of 24.52 inches. The closest match in 14 inch tires is 215x60-14 with a diamter of 24.16. As close as possible match.
That depends on the type of rims that you have on the vehicle.
If the rims are stock from the factory, then open your driver door and on the inside edge there should be a sticker. It should have the size tires you need,a s well as the air pressure, listed. You should also be able to find that information located on the inside of your glove compartment. There is a label on the backside of the glove compartment door and it will also list the type of tires that came with the vehicle.
If the rims have been changed out, then look on the tires them selves. You should see a series of numbers, like 235/70R15. That would be the size of tire that is on that rim.
If this is a 4WD, or AWD, all the tires must be the same size. Don't have different sizes on different rims.
If you are still not sure, just take your vehicle to a tire store and have them take a look.
the stock rims should be 16" making the tire size 205/55/16. let me know if you have a different rim size. you can look at the tire size on the tire sidewall and the last number is going to be your rim size. if it's a 15' rim the tires are 195/65/15 and finally for 14" rims the tire size is 195/70/14. hope this helps.
Yes. The last number on a tire size is the diameter of the rim, when it changes so too must the tire. The bigger the tire the more they cost.
You also have to pay attention to the width of the rim, side to side. Somes tires need a wider rim than others, so ask when you are buying the rims what width they need tires to be because wider tires cost more too. Hope this helps.