- What does the 215 mean on a tire?
- Can I use 225 60r16 instead of 215 60r16?
- Can I replace 225 tires with 205?
- What does the T stand for on tires?
- Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?
- Are 70 or 65 tires wider?
- Are 215 and 225 tires interchangeable?
- Can I use 225 65r17 instead of 215 55r17?
- Can I use 225 60r16 instead of 225 65r16?
- Can 215 tires replace 205?
- Is 70 or 75 a wider tire?
- Can I use 215 55r17 instead of 215 50r17?

## What does the 215 mean on a tire?

Is the width of the tire measured in millimeters from sidewall to sidewall.

The first three-digit number in the tire size refers to the tire width.

For instance, in a size P215/65 R15 tire, the width is 215 millimeters..

## Can I use 225 60r16 instead of 215 60r16?

Can i go with 215/60R16? Yes, the 225 vs 215 is the width in mm/ 60 is the ratio of sidewall to width/ 16 is rim size. Just make sure all tires are the same size. A 215 will be better in the snow and ice than a 225 as well.

## Can I replace 225 tires with 205?

The 205/75-15 fits rim widths of 5 inch to 6-1/2 inch whereas the 225/75-15 fits widths that are 6 inch to 7 inch. The 205 is 27.1 inches tall and the 225 is 28.4… … You can certainly change your trailer tires to a narrower 205mm width as long as your wheels are 6- or 6-1/2-inches in width.

## What does the T stand for on tires?

temporary spareA “P” stands for p-metric, which is a tire used primarily on passenger cars. An “LT” indicates a light-truck tire. A “T” means it’s a temporary spare. Some tires get a “Z” or an “F” attached to the radial indicator, denoting a Z-rated tire (see service description below) or a run-flat tire.

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?

Yes…that size will work 100% perfectly, as it is the exact same diameter as the 225/75-16. 235/70-16 is actually a shorter tire.

## Are 70 or 65 tires wider?

According to the Generic Auto Tire FAQs in Type2’s Technical Library, the shorter sidewall of the series 65 tire means a slightly wider tire that changes the car’s handling considerably; specifically, “more rubber on the road provides a better grip.” The series 65 provides better turn-in and stability compared to the …

## Are 215 and 225 tires interchangeable?

215 is the tire tread width so a 225 is slightly wider. 60 tells you the sidewall height is 60% of the tread width and 15 is the rim diameter. So, a 215/60/15 is the same rim size as a 225/65/15 and slightly narrower and shorter than the 225/65/15. … The tire could be wider but not taller than 15 inches.

## Can I use 225 65r17 instead of 215 55r17?

The 225/65R17 is one size larger and much taller and can carry more weight compared to the 215/55R17. The ride will be harsher as well as the aspect ratio is two sizes lower. The smaller tire will fit on the same rim.

## Can I use 225 60r16 instead of 225 65r16?

Is it OK to use 225/60R16 tyres instead of 235/65R16 if I’m changing all 4 tyres? The 225/60R16 tires are a bit less tall and 10mm less wide, but the same rim size as the tires you are taking off. They should fit just fine. They will perform differently than the tires you have on the car.

## Can 215 tires replace 205?

If you are have a 205/50-16 tire and want to install a wider tire, you can install a 215/45-16 tire. The side profile is expressed as a percentage of the width and therefore needs to be smaller as the width becomes larger in order for the outer profile to remain the same.

## Is 70 or 75 a wider tire?

70 (or 75) is the ratio of the width to the sidewall height. So a 75 will be a taller tire, and closer to the height of the 6.70×15.

## Can I use 215 55r17 instead of 215 50r17?

So a 215/50R17 tire is 215mm wide and 107.5mm tall, or 8.5 inches wide and 4.25 inches tall. So the other tire, 215/55R17, is 215mm wide and 118.25mm tall (55% of the height), or 8.5 inches tall and 4.65 inches tall. Between the two there should be approximately . 4 inches difference in height.