Yes, you can
195/70-15 or 225/60-15 will work well.
Yes, you can, as long as both tires on an axle are same
Yes, they are close in dimension
NO, rim size is incorrect.
No, if you are going to a 70 series tire then you will need to go with 195/70-15.
On a 2001 Toyota Highlander
You can but your speedometer will be wrong.
Can a 225/60R 16 tire replace a 235/70R 16 tire.
Yes, but if you go from, lets say, a 195/70-15 then go with a 205/65-15.
70% of 225 = 70*225/100 = 157.5
Absolutely not. You are going the wrong way. If you wish to go with a wider profile you must go with a larger tread width. A 225/65-15 would be a good alternative as it is almost exactly the same diameter and only 1.29% smaller. A 195/65-15 is 2.13 inches smaller which is 6.97% smaller than the OEM tire. You never want to go more than 3%.
Any of these sizes will work well as long as there are no clearance issues. 225/55-15 215/60-15 185/70-15 Your speedometer will be off .5 mph with all three. Know that the car will handle differently with anything other than the OEM size.
if your car has 325 70-16 wheels you can put wheels with 225 70-16 on if ya like. but of course if you have alloys that siz up 235 - 16 u cant go and put 225 70 - 16 tyres on it cuz its too narrow
No, absolutely not. This is a terrible swap as the 205 tire will be 5% larger in overall diameter than the 195 tire. Your speedometer will read 57 mph at a true 60 mph. Power, ride, handling, braking, and fuel mileage will be adversely effected. If you wish to go to a 70 series tire then go to a 185/70-15. My advice is to stick with the OEM size.
No, that is a very bad substitute. If you want to go with a 70 series tire go with a 195/70-15 which is a great substitute.
NO, it is a 4WD all 4 tires must be the same size.
With WS-4 Suspension...225/70/15 WS-6 235/70/15
195 70 r 15
NO, the rim size is different.
Sounds possible but check carefully for rubbing anywhere.
A 225/70/15 will fit a 66 LeMans....but I think the only diameter wheel available for the LeMans back then was originally 14". I could be wrong about this.
You have not given the whole tire ID number. -It's essential.For instance, you could replace a 235/65 R 15 with a 225/65 R 15.- You could NOT replace a 235/70 R 15 with a 225/50 R 15.That second set of digits, the profile #, IS important and you should not expect a good answer without giving ALL the pertinent facts