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THe items here to check are stud dia and pitch All studs fit in the center of the holes. Next check that the rims when fitted miss the brake calphers. Next check for rim off set. How far the rim extends past the center of the bolt plate . If it is to the outside it places extra load on outer wheel bearins causing premature failure and too far in will rub on chassis parts. Check with a tyre dealer for accurate advice as if you fit the incorrect rims you will violate the safety code for the vehicle.
going from a 205 to a 195 is going to be a narrower tire. I am doing this now on my truck. I am going from a 305 to a 275. going from a 70 to a 65 is going to be slightly shorter of a tire. the opening will still be 15 inches. hope this helps.
Due to different manufacturers (Ford and Chrysler) they will not fit even though they are both 17". The bolt pattern, wheel center opening, back of the wheel dimensions to allow room for brake calipers, etc would be different.
The rims from the Honda CRV won't fit the Grand Vitara.
The Honda has a 5 X 114.3mm spacing and the Grand Vitara has 5 X 139.7mm spacing. This means that even though they are both 5 lug rims, the Honda lugs are spaced closer together than the Vitara so they won't match up.
hey, I once had a stock suzuki samari, It was four wheel drive, but not jacked up. I put a set of 31X10.50 Dayton timberlines on it, and had no problems. You should have plenty of room. You can call a local tire shop and they should be able to verify, but im sure you'll have no problems.