Q: Can you use 225 60 R 16 instead of 215 60 R 16?

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This question can not properly be answered without knowing what these numbers are referencing. These numbers can mean many different things. They may be able to be substituted for one another and yet they may not.

Yes, you can but your speedometer will be 1.8 mph to fast. A much better swap would be 225/65-16.

Two options; 215-65 15 or 225-60 16

Yes, if you have 16 inch rims that will fit in place of the original 15 inch rims.

16% of 225= 16% * 225= 0.16 * 225= 36

I got 2005 Toyota sienna and tire size is 215/70/16. I also heard that you can install 225/70/16.

16% of 225= 16% * 225= 0.16 * 225= 36

NO, the rim sizes are different, you can NOT fit a 15" tire on a 16" rim.

the right size for 04 impala is 225/60/16 can i use 225/70/16 ?

If you are using the same wheels, no. The last number is the size of the wheel, and obviously a 15 inch tire will not fit on a 16 inch wheel

No, 21570R15 the 15 means that tire fits on a 15 inch rim 21565R16 the 16 means 16 inch rim.

No you should not you use 225/75-16 on a car that came with 215/65-16. This is a 7.79% difference in diameter which is never recommended. You should never go over 3% difference. Your speedometer will read 55.3 at a true 60 mph. Your handling, braking, ride, and performance will suffer with this size. There is no 75 series tire that will work well on this vehicle. You can however switch to a 195/70-16 if you are determined to go with a different series tire. I would recommend you stick with the OEM size.