Wheel Sizes That Fit Your Car

When looking for wheel sizes that fit a vehicle, many people often start by searching on Google. With our extensive fitment database, all you need to do is search by vehicle on our site and view the options that are a match for what you drive.

Our engineering department measures the vehicle's components and evaluates which wheels will fit correctly. Items we measure or verify to ensure the wheel fits your vehicle includes:

  • Bolt pattern
  • Centerbore
  • Hub interference
  • Load capacity
  • Lug hardware
  • Suspension components

Once you arrive at the wheel listings, you may have the option to select wheels of the same size or with a minus sizing or Plus Size fitment. Larger diameter wheels enhance the vehicle's appearance, but will decrease ride quality. Minus sizing is commonly done for people who purchase winter / snow tire and wheels or to improve ride quality. 

If you want a more aggressive fitment and don't mind having modifications done, our "Important Notes" link under the wheel's specs should be read before making your final decision. For more help with making your wheel choice, be sure to click on the "View on Vehicle" link that allows you to see the wheel on your vehicle.

To see how we find the wheels that are a match for your vehicle, read "How We Know What Fits."


Wednesday, May 21, 2014 by david scroggins

i have a 69 camaro with stock tire size of 205/60/15. i would like to go wider on the front and rear. how wide can i go on a stock rim of 15x7?
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 by Tire Rack Team

We only show up to a 235/60R15 if you want to do the same size front and rear.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 by Ron

I have an original 1962 Corvette, I want to install new wheels, I will be using 205-75-15 tires and want to know if 15 x7 wheels will work with a 3.750 offset. My original wheels are 15x5 with a 3.250 offset.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 by Tire Rack Team

Ron, we do not have the specific specs for this vehicle. Sorry, we are unable to assist.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 by Jeffrey De Guzman

Hi! I have a Hyundai Accent 2014 with OEM rim and tires 175/70 R14. I am planning to use smaller diameter rim and tires 195/50 R15. Can you please help me identify advantages and disadvantages.

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