This shows you am new at this lol. Am going to take it back and get the 245/35/20 if there isn’t much of a difference
Hopefully this helps....
Looking at this site
, stock rims on a 2020 Accord Sport have the following stock rim size, tires etc.
235/40R19 8.5" wide x 19" diameter ET50 <-- The "ET" is the offset I was mentioning earlier. The offset is a very important measurement when it comes to fitment.
I bring up the stock rims/tires because you will want to see where the stock rim/tire compare to what you would like to buy so that the speedometer will not be off (or be off by as little as possible). This can also be valuable because there are likely other GenX Accords in your area with stock rims/tires that you can look at so you can validate how far out from stock the tire and rim you are considering will be.
So, I don't know what the exact measurements of your rims are (including offset
). So I entered what mine are, just so you can get an idea. I then added the tire size you mentioned you considering (from your last post). You can clearly see the difference. The tool will show you how much further out the rims and tires will sit on your car. Also, how they compare in overall outer diameter (which effects speedometer error). Not only visually, but in exact measurements. Just trying to help you avoid any surprises. Here's the link
Alloy Wheel & tyre fitment calculator - it calculates inset, poke, speedo error, tyre stretch and loads more.
Once you get the offset and width of your existing rims, you can enter that into the tool and get exact measurements. Also, make sure you pay attention to the "stretch" that is displayed as well. By "stretch", I'm referring to the sidewall angle in comparison to the rim. The thinner the tread (235, 245, 255, etc) the more "stretch" you will see. So when you see tires that the sidewalls are angled toward the center of the vehicle, this is showing the tread is more narrow. If the sidewall is angled toward the fender lip (or outside of the vehicle), this is indicating that the tread is wider.