what optional tire sizes fit a 2000 toyota camry LE?


Asked by May 04, 2013 at 08:31 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

trying find different tire size options. will 205x70x15 fit?

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The 2000 Camry LE came stock from the factory with P205/65R15. So that tire you listed is just a little bit 'taller' on the aspect ratio, height of sidewall. You should have no problems. For each turn of the wheel you are moving a tiny bit farther than the wheel speed sensors 'think' but it is not much difference.

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Although the OEM size is: 205/65-15, There shouldn't be a problem substituting with the 205/70-15, just a small difference in sidewall height...and they can be purchased for your car on tirerack.com. Your tire installer can confirm this information, of course.

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I think we were typing at the same time Racer. well at least we agree..Good morning ..the difference is 5mm or 0.19 inches,

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Unless you stick to the size specified on the door jamb, the geometry of the handling will be affected~

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With the larger tire, when your speedometer reads 60 mph, you are actually traveling at 61.9 mph. Use this tire size calculator to see how different sizes effect your car -- http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

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