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Re: tires for a saturn
They will fit but be prepared for different response at steering wheel, for example if you take your eyes of the road for a second it may wander quicker, when you turn it may turn quicker, and also might hydroplane easier in wet weather. Your going a little wider & little higher sidewall height. Speedometer may be off a little too. It's like putting a little wider ski on in the snow too, it may slide on top a little more, instead of biting in and grabbing. Be real careful until your used to the feel.
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195/55 R15 is the normal size. The number 195 is the width in mm. The number after the slash is the aspect ratio. That means the side wall of the tire is 55 percent of 195. The R means radial and the 15 is the rim size. With that in mind, the 205 tires are going to be 140 mm sidewall. The 195 has a sidewall of 95 mm. I don't believe you can because the tire will hit the inside of the fender well.
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
195(width in mm)/60(sidewall height in % of width) R15(rim diameter)
This means, a 195/60 R15 rides lower than a 195/65 R15 tire. Imagine how it would look like when you put these different tire sizes on one car. It can be done but the car will be unbalanced both mechanically and aesthetically. Remember, your car was not designed for different front and rear tire sizes unlike some sports cars.
A 2005 model will most like come standard with ABS as with most cars produced year 2001 onwards. Just buy 1 tire size for your car. If you wish to change to another tire size, change all the tires.
Figure out what it is, an SL1 being SOHC or an SL2 being DOHC. If it is a SOHC then it came with 14 inch rims and if it is a DOHC then it came with 15 inch rims. Once you know what it is then call around to local junkyards, or auto recylers if it sounds better, and tell them you need 4 rims of the right size. Rims usually cost about 20 bucks apiece used and any Saturn rim 91-20 will fit the car, with the proviso that they must be the right rim, being 14 inch or 15 inch. If you put the wrong size on, your speedometer and odometer will be way off and your transmission life with be greatly reduced. Then get yourself some regular tires to fit the rims and sell those stupid rims on craigslist to some dumb kid.
both tires will fit on the 15 inch rim But be advised make sure you have same size tires on the drive wheels being as your car is front wheel drive u want both the front tires to be the same size if this is not done u will burn up your transmission if you have to put a odd ball tire on put it on the rear
exact opposite is true for rear wheel drive car on a rear wheel drive car u want both rear tires to be the same size
Tire A: 195/65 R 15 (25 x 7.68 x 15)
B: 215/60 R 15 (25 x 8.46 x 15)
From a legal stanpoint? Do you have inspections that require stock equipment? Might want to be careful there.--other than that from a mechanical standpoint the outside diameter of the tire needs to be real close and honestly it sure sounds like youd be there. Maybe about ten milimeters off in total--but that would represent about 3 mile per hour difference in speedometer reading. not bad. Hope I helped. Thanks