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U need to work on your question a little I think are you asking if 16 inch wheels and tires will fit your Nissan or are you asking if 16 inch tires will hold air on a rim with a 1/2 inch gap between the two? I f you are putting 16 inch wheelson are they uni lug?What were thewheels made for?
do they have the same back spacing do u have the right lug nutts for the wheels and car? Are your lug studs long enough.
There is alott of things that could be different when you change a wheel. Other than height clearance.
No, you sould stay with the recommed size for your vehicle. The 16" is the rim size. If you want a bigger tires and wheels you need to change your rims to 17". If you want good tires you want to look for something with a good rating.The original size for the vehicle is calibrated for speedometer and the ABS of your vehicle and so is you gear ratio in the trans and front and rear differential.
okay, 235 is the tread width 45 is the profile(the distance from the wheel to the road)ZR is the speed rating(over 120mph)17 is the wheel diameter.so to get the same tread width 225 would fit(cheaper than 235)45 needs to be thicker cos of 16" not 17" wheels and 1"=25.4mm 75 would be the choice.because winter tyres are designed for speeds less than 70mph "R" would be suitable.
all together 225/ 75(or 85) R 16.....SNOW TYRE/WINTER TREAD.
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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)
Your cobalt should still be under warranty, so you should bring it back to the dealer. If you have done massive driving and your out of warranty, then il'd have to say that you may have a wheel bearing hub gone bad and needs to be replaced. Check the tire pressure first, tire condition and look for any signs if tire damage like tire belt separation. Tire belt separation is when the steel belt in the tires that keep the tire it's shape has broke and there is a flat spot causing the wheel shimmy. If your not sure,rotate the wheel by placing the front wheels to the rear and the rear to the front, making sure the tires are properly inflated to the recommended PSI. Good luck and start with checking the tire first.
i would not suggest it as the offset on the rear wheels is different because the s2000 is rear wheel drive.... the accord is not!! trying to take corners would not be fun or safe due to the different sizes