Tire changes

change tire sizes from 225/16's to 265/16's whats the diff in the speedo anybody know

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That actually depends on what aspect ratio the tires are. A 285/55/16 is approximately the same diameter as a 225/70/16. mcfitzgerald, give us the starting size and someone can tell you what wider tire is approx. the same diameter, then you can shop around and see if it's made. Going from a 225 to a 265 is a BIG jump in width, you may not find what you need if you want to go without a correction.
Just some info to help him, not saying he wanted to do this without correcting the speedomter...

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Sure, if you gave us the other number in the tire size....................
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Go here to calculate the difference...
http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
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This link will calculate the difference of two different tires. http://gs.tolan-hoechst.com/tirecalc.htm
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