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I'm not sure if my tire fit on my car,not the same size...

I bought tire for my xg-300 (p215-60-r15) is it gonna fit?...The original size is(p205-65-r15) or it's gonna tuch inside the fender?... pat.

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Even though you should always have a matched set, the size difference is about 1.33% smaller or around an inch and a half, total diameter. Just keep that tire in the rear so the drive wheels are the same size and you should be fine.

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Can I use 195 55 r15 instead of 195 65 r15?


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Tire size 65r16 diameter 215


No, not well. The rolling radius is bigger and will make your speedo read 5.5% slower than you are really going.

A 215/55 R16 is within a 1% match (0.7%) but will give a harsh ride. A 215/60 R15 will make your speedo read 2.5% slower than actual, not too bad, and it will ride better.

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Recommended tire size is 2352/70/R15 can I change sizes?


I don't believe there would be a problem due to fit but this is difference in measurements.
The 75 diameter (across tire) is 28.88 in.
The 70 diameter is 27.95 in
The 75 width of tire is 9.25
The 70 width is also 9.25
The 75 circumference 90.72
The 70 circumference 87.82
The 75 sidewall height 6.94
The 70 sidewall height 6.48
The 75 revolution per mile 698
The 70 revolution per mile 721
The 75 speed at 50 and the 70 is 48.4
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Aug 03, 2017 | 2001 GMC Jimmy

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I have a 2005 nissan sentra. Tire size is 195/60 R15. I have the chance to get 2 195/65 R15 tires at a good price, and want to put them on the back, keeping the 195/60's on the front. Will this be OK? Some...


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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.

Good luck!

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I have a 1995 Buick lesabre. I'm wondering if I can't find tha size of my ttires,which r 205/90 r15.iz there another size that will fit my car.


Generally it's a good idea to stick with the original equipment manufacturer spec. for tires. Sometimes they can go up one step or down one step on the % ratio of the width, but that's about it.
You'll get best results and compatibility and ride and efficiency and calibration with the speedometer if you stick with the OEM spec.

Good luck on finding tires for your car.

Oct 09, 2010 | 1995 Buick LeSabre

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Tires matter on same size rim?


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



Dimension Tire A: 195/65 R 15
(25 x 7.68 x 15) Tire B: 215/60 R 15
(25 x 8.46 x 15) Difference Width Sidewall height Overall height Circumference 7.68" (195.00mm) 4.99" (126.75mm) 24.98" (634.50mm) 78.48" (1993.34mm) 8.46" (215.00mm) 5.08" (129.00mm) 25.16" (639.00mm) 79.03" (2007.48mm) +0.79" (+20.00mm) +0.09" (+2.25mm) +0.18" (+4.50mm) +0.56" (+14.14mm)

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Owners manual has the answer. Also on either the door column or inside the fuel door should be a list of original and options tire sizes. Look at the present tires. They are all marked as to their rim size, and dimensions. Probably LT235/75 R15 if they are original now.

Feb 06, 2010 | 1997 GMC Jimmy

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