can you put size 15 rims and tires on a 1995 toyota camry
There are a *lot* of 15 rims that will match your Camry's bolt pattern. One thing to remember however, when moving to a larger wheel size, is that you will need lower-profile tires to keep the overall tire diameter from changing. By keeping the overall tire diameter the same, or within one to two percent of the original, your speedometer will still read accurately, and you won't have any of the common issues one experiences with an increased overall tire diameter: rubbing on the fenders/wheel wells when making tight turns, bottoming out over what would otherwise have been perfectly navigable dips or bumps, inaccurate speedometer/odometer readings, etc. What size tires are currently on your 14" wheels? Look for a number on the side of the tire that says something along the lines of "195/70R14"...which is what I'm showing should be the stock tire size based on the information you've provided thus far. If that tire size is correct, you would be able to use 195/65R15 or 205/60R15 tires with no ill effects, as the overall tire diameter difference is negligeable with either of those options.
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