- Will a 265 tire fit a 245 rim?
- Can I replace 235 tires with 245?
- What is the difference between 225 and 235 tires?
- What does the 245 mean on a tire?
- Which tire is taller 235 or 245?
- Can you put a wider tire on the same rim?
- How much bigger is a 265 tire than a 245?
- Can I use 255 tires instead of 245?
- Is 70 or 75 a wider tire?

## Will a 265 tire fit a 245 rim?

The 265 tire diameter has to be the same as the 245 tire diameter..

## 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.

## What is the difference between 225 and 235 tires?

If you have a smaller car and want to save on gas, you’ll want a 225. If you have a larger vehicle and need more stability, you’ll want a 235.

## What does the 245 mean on a tire?

245: The width of the tire, from sidewall to sidewall, in millimeters. A 245 is 245 millimeters, or 24.5 centimeters, wide. The tread width is actually somewhat smaller than the tire’s actual width. 45: Aspect Ratio. This is the sidewall’s height from the inside diameter to the outside diameter.

## Which tire is taller 235 or 245?

The aspect ratio is a percent of the total width. So the sidewall of a 245/45 tire is 45% as tall as the tire is wide or 110mm (4.4″) tall. A 235/45 would have a 105.75mm sidewall height. 245/45 will be slightly taller than stock obviously.

## Can you put a wider tire on the same rim?

To keep the suspension and speedometer functioning correctly, both the stock diameter and width of the wheels and tires needs to be maintained. As a general rule of thumb, it’s safe to fit a tire up to 20 millimeters wider than stock on the original rim.

## How much bigger is a 265 tire than a 245?

Plus Sizes245/75-16265/75-16Width inches (mm)9.65 (245)10.43 (265)Circum. inches (mm)95.72 (2431.28)99.43 (2525.53)Sidewall Height inches (mm)7.23 (183.75)7.82 (198.75)Revolutions per mile (km)661.93 (411.31)637.23 (395.96)1 more row

## Can I use 255 tires instead of 245?

No difference. Keep in mind 255 and 245 are sidewall width and having nothing to do with tread width. Depending on manufacturer a 245 could have more tread width than a 255. Tread compound has as much as anything to do with handling.

## 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.