# Can I replace 205 55R16 with 205 60r16?

## Can I replace 205 55R16 with 205 60r16?

Yes. It will have a slightly lower sidewall height, but should work fine.

**What is the difference between 55r and 65r tires?**

The higher the aspect ratio number, the taller the tire will be. Both 65 and 70 series tires can be categorized as all-season passenger tires, which generally have aspect ratios between 65 and 80, but a series 65 tire will give better response while a series 70 tire will offer a better, more comfortable ride.

**Can I use 215 60r16 instead 205 65R16?**

Yes you can use but for a very short period of time. As the vehicle might bubble at times on rough roads. The tyre will dispose off early as the car will not be in a balanced position. But for a short interval or in case of emergency you can use it.

### What does p205 65R16 mean?

205/65R16 tires have a diameter of 26.5″, a section width of 8.1″, and a wheel diameter of 16″. The circumference is 83.2″ and they have 762 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 5.5-7.5″ wide wheels.

**Will 205 55r16 fit 195 65r16?**

You should be fine. The things to realize however are, that the cross sectional tread width will be 10mm narrower (205 vs 195), and thus the sidewall will be marginally shorter. For any modern vehicle tire, the sidewall height is a percentage of the width, based on the number after the forward slash in the size.

**Are 215 and 205 tires interchangeable?**

For example, if your car has 205/50-16 tires and you want more grip, you can install a 215-width or maybe even 225-width tires. For example, you can install a 195 tire in place of a 205 tire.

## What does it mean 205 55r16?

Using our example size, 205/55 R16, this is what each number means: 205 is the width of the tyre tread in millimetres. So, the profile of our example tyre is 55% of 205mm, or 112.75mm. This number also increases in increments of 5. 16 is the rim size, or the diameter of the inside of the tyre.

**What size rim do you need for 205 55r16?**

For instance, if we use the tyre size of 205/55 R16 as an example, it is generally recommended to use a rim that is 6.5 inches wide (the rim width is the first number given in the rim size marking). However, it would also be possible to fit this tyre onto a rim between 5.5 and 7.5 inches wide.

**What tire is wider 205 or 215?**

The diameter of the 205 is 26.3 inches and for the 215 the diameter is 26.7 inches. That is 0.4 inches of difference meaning that it would raise the height of the trailer by 0.2 inches.

### What does p205 mean?

What do the numbers mean? The size breaks down into three numbers. Using our example size, 205/55 R16, this is what each number means: 205 is the width of the tyre tread in millimetres. This goes up in increments of 5.

**What size tire is a 205 65r16?**

Tire Size Calculator – Tire & Wheel Plus Sizing BETA

Unit: Imperial Imperial Metric | |
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Rim Diameter | 16.00 in |

Rim Width Range | 5.50 in – 7.50 in |

Overall Diameter | 26.49 in |

Sidewall Height | 5.25 in |

**Will a 205 TYRE fit a 195 rim?**

It will work fine. Absolutely, should be no problem at all. Try and measure the diameter of 205-50-15 as well to stay close withing the stock diameter. You can compare any Wheel size and Tire size combinations HERE.

## Which is bigger 205 / 55 R16 or 205 / 60 R16?

205/60-R16 tires are 0.81 inches (20.5 mm) larger in diameter than 205/55-R16 tires and the speedometer difference is 3.1%

**Which is better 205 / 55 or 195 / 65?**

I have 205/55 R 16 tires on my Hyundai I30 and have a set of five wheels for same which will take 195/65 R 15 tires. The outside diameter of the wheels/tires are exactly the same, as the spare will still fit snugly in its place. Besides, the 195/65 tires are much cheaper and a smoother ride.

**What kind of tires do I need for 205 / 55r16?**

Tires for 205/55R16 1 Bf Goodrich 2 Continental 3 Cooper 4 Definity 5 Falken 6 General 7 Goodyear 8 Hankook 9 Kumho 10 Michelin

### What’s the difference between 215 and 205 tires?

The tires that came with the car are 215/55R16, but found a set of 4 winter tires 205/55R16. Is it okay to use the (4) 205 VS the “standard” 215? I realize that there will be a slight difference between the actual speed and speedometer. but a 1-2 km/h difference isn’t going to make that much of a difference to me.

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