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#346 of 357 Will this tire size work on 2007 Toyota Sienna CE?
Oct 07, 2011 (5:11 am)
Hi there everyone, I'm hoping someone can help because it seems nobody (even at Toyota!) can give me a straight answer. I currently have 215/65R16 tires on my 2007 Toyota Sienna CE. Can I use a set of winter tires from my previous car that is 225/65R17? I am getting mixed answers depending on who I speak with as apparently the car can accomodate 17inch tires, but no one knows for sure.
Thank you very much!
#347 of 357 Re: Will this tire size work on 2007 Toyota Sienna CE? [diviner]
Oct 07, 2011 (11:13 am)
My guess is no...
The industry standard would allow for a variance of +/- 3%, and that's well more than 3% bigger.
You're likely to get rubbing in the front wheel well, especially at full steering lock when you hit a bump.
#348 of 357 Re: Will this tire size work on 2007 Toyota Sienna CE? [diviner]
Oct 10, 2011 (5:02 am)
The stock sizes used on these vans vary from 27" to 27.6". Your carry-over size has a 28.5" diameter. That is a bit tall for these wheel wells, although it might fit if centered correctly.
I think a lot depends on what wheels these will be mounted on. I too am carrying over winter wheels and tires from my old Honda Odyssey to a 2008 Sienna I bought this year. While your tire is not exactly stock, mounting them to a wheel with a slightly different offset could make it work by moving the centerline in or out very slightly to provide clearance.
As I am a 'regular' at TireRack, I appealed to them for advice. It turns out that with a different centering ring, my Honda aftermarket wheels & tires will fit. Try giving them a call.
#349 of 357 sienna tire replacement
Jan 22, 2011 (4:33 pm)
#350 of 357 sienna tire replacement
Jan 22, 2011 (5:09 am)
Can I replace my 215/70/r16 with a 205/70/r15? what is the difference?
#351 of 357 Re: sienna tire replacement [kittykat40]
Jan 22, 2011 (4:33 pm)
Not only would you get a new set of rims (15" vs 16"), the total radius is too small (13.9" vs 13.1") and would make your speedometer and odometer inaccurate and cause the engine, transmission and traction control computers to have problems.
A quick tutorial of what the numbers in the tire size mean for 215/70/r16:
215= width of tire in millimeters
70 = ratio of sidewall height to width, meaning the tire's side wall is 70% the dimension of the width or 0.7*215=150.5mm
r16 = radial tire to fit a rim 16" in diameter
A good place to look to experiment with sizes of tires to work without messing up the total combination radius :http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
Oct 31, 2013 (3:42 pm)
I have 2013 Toyota sienna base. My tire size is P235/60R17. Can I use tire size P235/65R17? Thanks.
#353 of 357 Re: Tire size [ustadgi]
Nov 01, 2013 (4:42 am)
Not according to Discount Tire.
Besides, Tire Rack lists 33 different tires available in that size - excluding winter tires - so why are you wondering about changing tire size when there are so many options in the correct size?
#354 of 357 Re: Tire size [capriracer]
Nov 01, 2013 (6:13 am)
Thanks for your response. I ordered wrong tire size by mistake so I was wondering if it is ok to have that size or not inorder to safe time. But now I have changed my order and will use the correct size. Thanks again.
#355 of 357 Best all season tires?
Dec 11, 2013 (6:17 pm)
Looking to replace my set of 225/60/R17 set. Who likes what and why? I don't care about handling, I'd like something that'll last long and do well in snow......without buying dedicated snow tires. Was looking at Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus, but it gets mixed reviews in snow. We get quite a bit here in crappy Wisconsin! Any advice is appreciated