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Optional tire size for Honda Odyssey EX 2004

I am trying to shop for optional tires of size 215 65 R16 for my 2004 Honda Odyssey EX. The company installed tires are 225 60 R16.

Will my choice fit or I do have to stick to 225 60 R16. Can I use 225 65 R16. Please help.

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Yes you can use the tires of your choice as long as they are 16 inch tires

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The differece between those two tires sizes is almost nothing. you are fine going with any of the two

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