Question:

Rim Size to Tire Size for 2003 Toyota Solara SLE.

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I have a 2003 Toyota Solara SLE with a wheel size 16 x 6 that takes a 205/60/16. I recently purchased 4 rims 16 x 6 1/2 from a 2004 Solara and I need your expertise on what size snow tire to purchase to fit these rims. With the tires on these rims will they hit the wheel well? Do you have any experience in this field? Can someone here give me any expert opinion on this? I would be really great full for the help. Thanks in advance for help.

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  1. Automobile Guru

    Hey there, it is always a good idea to stay with the original size because you know it would not rub and it has enough load capacity.

    Changing the rim width probably would not cause any problem, but that assumes Toyota also did not change the offset. This is one area where I do not have enough information to completely answer your question, because there is not anything published that summarizes how big the fender wells are and what might limit how large a tire you can fit. So your best bet is to trial mount the wheel and sees what the differences are and where the potential interference points might be. Do not forget the worst condition is fully turned and fully compressed. That is all I can share from my knowledge and expertise with these cars. Hope this answer is enough for you to have an idea. Best of luck

     

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