235 and 225 are the width of the tires in millimeters. So 235 is 10 mm wider than 225.To further explain:Tire sizes are normally listed in 3 numbers.The first number is simply the width of the tire in mm.The second number is sidewall height as a percentage of the width.The third number is the diameter of the wheel (rim) in inches.So to calculate the diameter of a tire:(sidewall X 2) + wheelTo calculate the circumference of the tire (how far the tire travels in one revolution).
To answer your question simply yes. 235 75 r15 are only 10 mm wider and about 15mm taller in total height than the 225 75 r15 tire. The 235 tire actually has a wider range of rim width than the 225 (something like 5 to 7.5 inches) so you can't go wrong stepping up to the 235. Hope this helps people.
235 is slightly wider than the 225, only 10 mm wider. So as long as you have clearance in your wheel well, you should be good to go. =)
Yes, you would be going up sort of one size and should not be a problem.
The profile of the tire meaning the depth of the sidewall or the distance from the ground to the edge of the wheel. The 225 will have a lower profile than the 235.
The first number in a tire size is the section width in mm. So a 255 tire will be 20mm wider then a 235 tire. A little less then an inch wider.
Do 225/70 tires fit the same vehicle as 225/75? I had the 75s before and was sold the 70s this time because they did not have the 75s in stock for my 02 grand jeep cherokee. Am I OK?