Q: Can you replace 225 40 18 on 225 55 18?

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It is a 55% decrease.

(56/55) / (77/40) = (56/55) * (40/77) =56*40/(55*77) = 8*40/(55*11) = 8*8/(11*11) = 64/121

55 multiplied by 40 equals 2,200.

40 + 15 = 55

55

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Yes, this is a decent swap. If your OEM size was 235/50-18 and you substitute 225/55-18 your speedometer will read 58.9 at a true 60 mph.

The equivalence is 225 50 R18 so that the diameter may be the same.

205 x 55% = 112.75 = sidewall height 112.75 x 2 = 225.5 = 8.87795" + 16" (rim) = 24.87795 diameter 225 x 40% = 90 = sidewall height 90 x 2 = 180 = 7.08661" + 18" (rim) = 25.08661 diameter As you can see, the diameter will be only 0.20866" larger, so I would say YES !

yes it should work

what is the diameter difference from a 205/65/16 vs. 225/60/16

Yes, this is a decent swap. If your OEM size was 235/50-18 and you substitute 225/55-18 your speedometer will read 58.9 at a true 60 mph.

205/55/16 is the original tires 225/40/18 for racing edition and Z-edition

The answer is 18 - consider that a division sum is always a fraction in the form x over y. x/55 is equal to 18/55 - simply replace the 18 for an x, and then replace back.

Yes

40/55 - 22/55 = 18/55

It is a 55% decrease.

GL/GLS 225/60-17 H-Rated Limited 225/55-18 H-Rated