I have a Pontiac Grand am 2005 the tire size is 205 65 R 15 I got tires form a friend the are 215 70 R 15 is that okay if I put those on my car ?

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Asked by Oct 29, 2015 at 06:36 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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69,805

Yes, no problem...

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775

Yep, they will sit a little higher on your rim than your old tires but 15" tires are 15" tires.

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69,805

Ah, more to it than that, if he put a 265/60/15 on their, he would more than likely have issues with the tire rubbing.

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Okay thanks everyone

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775

maybe, 265 is in millimeters, which is about 60 mm difference about 2 1/2 inches. If he didn't have the clearance it might be.

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66,125

Yes, tire sizes are metric. Be mindful that your speedometer may be off though. HTH. - Jim

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