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Old 30th June 2010, 13:51   #16
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Originally Posted by sukiwa View Post
Don't we need to consider overall diameter (OD) of tyre rather than sidewall to know speedo error.
205/55R16 has OD as 631.9mm whereas 225/50R16 would be 631.4mm, just an insignificant difference of 0.08%.

Yes ,OD will determine the speedo/odo readings.
I mentioned about the sidewall ,to show that the lower profile over the OE profile wouldnt matter much in this case
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