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Will L235 75/r15 tires work on my express van it has P235 75/r15's now

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Yes they will fit.

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What model van i see LT 225 / 75R16D AND LT 245 / 75R16 TIRES YOU NEED TO USE P 235 / 75 R15 TIRES. use what vechicle call for.

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SOURCE: I have 195/60/R15 tires on my car, can I replace

Yes you can, but NO you shouldn't. 65 profile tires will be taller, with a greater circumference, and narrower than recommended 60 profile tires.You would have to replace all 4 ,and expect some deterioration in handling. Furthermore, the speedometer readings will be off noticeably.

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SOURCE: Can I place 4 215/75/R15

The 215's will give you less ground clearance and may affect your speedometer accuracy a bit. Other than that and that it may look a bit different, there should be no real problem.

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yes, with no problem..probably wont even be able to see the difference

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