- What is the widest tire for a 8 inch rim?
- Can I replace 235 tires with 245?
- How do I know what size tire fits my rim?
- Will a 255 rim fit an 8 inch rim?
- Can wider tires fit on same rim?
- Will a 275 tire fit a 10 inch rim?
- Can you fit a 275 tire on a 9 inch rim?
- Are wider tires better?
- Can you fit a 275 tire on a 8.5 inch rim?
- Will 245 tires fit 8 inch rim?
- Will a 255 tire fit an 8.5 rim?
- Will a 235 tire fit an 8.5 rim?
- Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?
- Will 265 rims fit 8 inch rims?
- How do I know if a rim will fit my car?

## What is the widest tire for a 8 inch rim?

Equivalency tableRim widthMinimum tire widthMaximum tire width7,5 Inches205 mm235 mm8,0 Inches215 mm245 mm8,5 Inches225 mm255 mm9,0 Inches235 mm265 mm12 more rows.

## Can I replace 235 tires with 245?

plenty of tires that you can select without having to change tire size. The quick answer is yes you can replace 245/50-18 tyres with 235/50-18 but they will have 10mm (0.4 in) smaller overall diameter. Will only slightly effect speedo and odometer – ie speedo will read about 1.5% high.

## How do I know what size tire fits my rim?

Subtract the diameter of your rims from the overall diameter of the tires currently on the rims (from tread-mark to tread-mark) and divide the result by 2. The result is your tire’s sidewall height.

## Will a 255 rim fit an 8 inch rim?

a 255 tire is suppose to fit a rim that is 8.5 to 10 inches wide. BUT countless amounts of people run a 255 on a 8inch rim and its fine. Stock Lancer evolution 8/9 rims are 17×8 and many of these guys track their cars on the stock 8 inch rim with a 255/40/17.

## Can wider tires fit on same rim?

As a general rule of thumb, it’s safe to fit a tire up to 20 millimeters wider than stock on the original rim. The actual width of the tire will vary depending on the width of the rim: The tire will expand 5 millimeters for every half inch (12.5 millimeters) increase in rim width.

## Will a 275 tire fit a 10 inch rim?

It will work fine man. Lots of people run that tire size on a 10″ rim.

## Can you fit a 275 tire on a 9 inch rim?

you could stagger the tire sizes… For a 17 inch wheel: 255-40 up front and 275-40 out rear. I’ve had 275 on a 9″ rim.

## Are wider tires better?

From a safety point of view, both types have their good sides: On a dry road, wider tires will offer more grip than narrow ones, but the risk of aquaplaning will be higher with wide tires. – In the winter, narrow tires are better under extreme conditions as they provide higher surface pressure against the road.

## Can you fit a 275 tire on a 8.5 inch rim?

You can run a 275/40/17 on an 8.5″ wide wheel. However those wheels are going to look goofy IMO on the car because they are going to be tucked way into the fender. If you can return them I would and get a set of the 9.5″/10.5″ wide versions.

## Will 245 tires fit 8 inch rim?

a 245 is fine for an 8 inch wide wheel.

## Will a 255 tire fit an 8.5 rim?

Will a 255 fit or a 265? In short the answer is yes. there are guys that run 285s on their 8.5″ wheels, they are a ***** to get on though. i think a 255 is a much better fit for an 8.5″ than a 265.

## Will a 235 tire fit an 8.5 rim?

as a rule 235 with an 8.5 is going to give you a somewhat stretched look. however, you’d want to stop here – the more you stretch your tire, the faster the edges of your tire wear compared to the middles of your tires – just asking for trouble. however, 8.5 with a 235 is fine.

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?

Obviously, you will need a certain kind of tire depending on how you use your vehicle. Due to this, a 235 tire might not be better than a 225 tire, or vice versa, but depending on your situation, one tire might serve you better than the other.

## Will 265 rims fit 8 inch rims?

A 265/35 will fit, but it will buldge just a bit, but it will work fine. A 255 is the perfect size to be even with the rim on a 8″ rim.

## How do I know if a rim will fit my car?

The two easiest ways are to check the sticker plate in your car, it should be located inside the driver side door, or look online for the vehicle specifications for your exact make and model. That should tell you the standard rim size.