- What does 75 on a tire mean?
- Can I replace 235 tires with 245?
- Will a 245 tire fit a 235 rim?
- Can I use 235 65r17 instead of 225 65r17?
- What do the tire numbers mean?
- What is the difference between 70 and 75 tires?
- Can I use 225 65r17 instead of 235 60r17?
- Can I use 265 tires instead of 235?
- What is the difference between 265 70 and 265 75?
- Are 70 or 65 tires wider?
- What does the p235 mean on tires?
- Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?
- What is the difference between a 245 and 235 tire?
- What does the last number on a tire mean?
- Which tire is taller 225 or 235?

## What does 75 on a tire mean?

The two-digit number after the slash mark in a tire size is the aspect ratio.

For example, in a size P215/65 R15 tire, the 65 means that the height is equal to 65% of the tire’s width.

The bigger the aspect ratio, the bigger the tire’s sidewall will be..

## Can I replace 235 tires with 245?

You might be able to replace a 235/65-17 with a 245/65-17 tire. The tires you have now, 235/65-17, are about 9.25 inches wide and 29 inches tall. … On vehicles, especially newer vehicles, there is very little space to go to a larger tire without making other modifications.

## Will a 245 tire fit a 235 rim?

Best thing to do would be to talk to your local tyre fitters but I’m sure a 245 would fit a 235 wheel without any problem and clearance of the wheel well should be ok.

## Can I use 235 65r17 instead of 225 65r17?

You could, and the 225/65R17 tire will fit your existing rims, but you don’t want to do so. The lesser 225mm width tire offer a narrower tread contact patch, as well as potentially a lesser load carrying capability, depending on model of tire.

## What do the tire numbers mean?

The aspect ratio is a percentage. It’s the height of the sidewall measured from wheel rim to top of the tread, expressed as a percentage of tire width. In other words, it’s sidewall height divided by tire width. In this example, the aspect ratio is 65, meaning the sidewall is 65 percent as high as the tire is wide.

## What is the difference between 70 and 75 tires?

The difference will be in the height. The sidewall of a 70-series tire will be 70% of the width, a 75 series will be 75% of the width.

## Can I use 225 65r17 instead of 235 60r17?

Both fit 17 inch rims, so one obstacle is out of the way. 235/65R17 has a sidewall height of 153 millimeters (65% of 235 mm), while 225/60R17 has a sidewall height of 135 mm (60% of 225 mm). … You are reducing sidewall height by 18 mm (about 3/4″), so your car will be lower by this amount.

## Can I use 265 tires instead of 235?

No, either size will fit fine on the stock rims. no, your stock rims will fit fine. I’ve run 235/70-17, 245/70-17 and 265/70-17 all on the same stock rim.

## What is the difference between 265 70 and 265 75?

Going from 265/70 to 265/75 is increasing the height, or diameter, of the tire. The tire will be an inch taller. 265 is the width, so stock size is 265 millimeters wide. The speedometer will be a little off because the taller tire does not rotate at the same speed as the stock size.

## 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 …

## What does the p235 mean on tires?

P235/70R16 is a common one. P if displayed denotes passenger-car tire. Some may start with an LT prefix, used on heavy-duty trucks. The number 235 is the cross-section width in millimeters, while 70 is the ratio of sidewall height to cross-section width (70 percent).

## 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.

## What is the difference between a 245 and 235 tire?

A 245 tire is wider than a 235 tire. When you get to a 35 series profile is when the tires start to be low profile. 245 has nothing to do with the profile of a tire. A 245 tire is wider than a 235 tire.

## What does the last number on a tire mean?

Each group of numbers represents one dimension. The breakdown is as follows. The “235” grouping indicates the width of the tire from sidewall to sidewall in millimeters. … The final number group, the “18,” is the size of wheel the tire fits. In our example size, the tire will fit a 18-inch wheel.

## Which tire is taller 225 or 235?

If I recall, on a 225/45 tire, the highth is 45% of the tire width. So on a 235 tire, it would be a little taller.