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I have a 2001 toyota corolla and I was wondering if theres much of a difference between a P 175-65-R-14 and a P-185-65-R-14" tire? If so will it effect the spedometer and by how much? please help

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  • cave_shawn Oct 07, 2009

    Okay this is cptcaveman's wife. I have to say that you don't know too much about tires buddy!!!!!! You're saying that a P175-65-R-14 with a 14" rim is different than a P-185-65-R-14 with a 14" rim? I agree that the tires are different in width HOWEVER they BOTH have a 14" inside diameter so how is it that they won't fit a 14" diameter rim?!!!!! This doesn't make any sense at all!!!!! I would understand it if you were saying from a 14 to a 15 inch rim, but a 14 to a 14????? Sorry pal but you are so mistaken and gone off the deep end!!!!!!!

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Ok, I understand your concern here. It will not affect the speedometer at all to go to the wider tire. It is a 10 cm difference from one to the next so you may not feel any difference at all, and if anything you would get a little better traction as there would be more tire on the ground. The numbers on a tire are, width of tread/ height of sidewall/ and inside diameter of the tire. While you do not want to go too far off of manufacturer recommendation you can go one way or the other up to 15 cm on everything except inside diameter which is your wheel size. If you need further help, please ask.

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Yes buddy there is a bit off a difference as the p175-65-R-14has a smaller width than the P-185-65-R-14" as the first one is 17.5cm width and the second one is 18.5 cm width but it wont affect the speedometre at all but they wont fit the rims many thanks buddy

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    ollie reece-jones Oct 06, 2009

    what was the problem buddy with this answer

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    ollie reece-jones Oct 07, 2009

    sorry sir

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