# Question: What Size Tire Can I Fit On My Rim?

## Can I change tire size without changing rims?

It’s possible to change the size of your tires without actually changing the diameter.

One example is if you want larger rims – you can buy tires that compensate for the larger rims by reducing the “height” of the outer tire..

## Can you put a 10 inch wide tire on a 8 inch rim?

You can’t even fit a 10 wide tire on an 8 inch wide rim I wouldn’t think. You can go one inch without much of a problem typically, but two I don’t think would work. If it does fit, I would expect a ton of sidewall punctures but your rim being okay. But if you run it on a 10 inch wide rim, it would be like “normal”.

## Can I put wider tires on my stock rims?

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.

## Can I replace 15 inch wheels with 16 inch?

A vehicle equipped with a 16-inch rim and tire package can be changed to a 15-inch rim and tire. The main factor to consider is the overall rolling distance, which is the distance the vehicle travels with one revolution of the tire.

## What size tires would fit on a 12×7 rims?

A general rule of thumb is to try and keep your rims about 1-4 inches skinnier than the width of your tires. If you have 26×9-12 front tires and 26×11-12 rear tires you would want to find 12×7 front rims and 12×7 or 12×8 rear rims. Either would work just fine. The same goes for the 14 inch sizes.

## Where do you find tire width?

B: TIRE WIDTH The three-digit number following the letter is the tire’s width (from side to side, looking at the tire head on) in millimeters. Also called the section width, this measurement is taken from outer sidewall to inner sidewall.

## What size tires can I put on my truck?

Depending on your vehicle make and model, you can sometimes fit up to 33″ tires on your truck if it is un-lifted. Although bigger ones might fit, they can interfere you’re your vehicles balance and suspension. However, if your truck is lifted it could accommodate tires of 37″ or more depending on the size of the lift.

## Can I put bigger tires on my truck without a lift?

In most cases, you can put bigger tires on your truck without a lift. You can fit up to 33” tires on most trucks with no lift required. Other modifications like adjusting the torsion keys, using wheel spacers, cutting fenders, and using leveling kits may be required depending on your truck and tire combination.

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 215?

yes, There will be a difference, you will notice it more in the diameter if you get the same profile series. The second number is a percentage. The sidewall of this tire is 50% as tall as the tire is wide. Needless to say XX% of 215 is not the same as 235.

## Can you put a different tire size on the same rim?

Wheels and tires are not interchangeable words. Tires are a part of the wheel setup. For instance, your vehicle has a set size of rims, but you can buy different sizes of tires to fit those rims, as long as the middle of the tires is the correct size.

## 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.

## How wide can I go on a 7 inch rim?

Equivalency tableRim widthMinimum tire widthIdeal tire width7,0 Inches195 mm205 or 215 mm7,5 Inches205 mm215 or 225 mm8,0 Inches215 mm225 or 235 mm8,5 Inches225 mm235 or 245 mm12 more rows

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

Check the inter-hole diameter of your tires and make sure it conforms to the diameter of the rims. You can’t put a 15-inch tire on a 16-inch rim or a 17-inch tire on a 15-inch rim.

## Can I put different size tires on the front and back?

Mixing different tread depths is generally permissible. The tire industry recommends fitting the new tires onto the rear axle. … Some car manufacturers will recommend fitting the new tires to the front axle, for example, if the car is a front-wheel drive.