1) Major Reputable Tire shops do not recommend changing 3% or more in size due to brake capabilites.
2) I don't know the available wheel well space on your '09 or the width of your rim
3) Actual tire measurements vary slightly from each Manufacturer
So without commiting to answering your question directly with a definate yes or no...
and taking note that the figures I posted are "generic" in nature
The overall increase in diameter is 0.92 inch 23.36mm
The overall radius increase is 0.46 inch
If your rims fall within the recommended range and you correct your speedo error
because there appears to be no difference in the Section Width
You will more than likely be ok
(I'm just not going to give you an absolute)
(If it were me I would try it though)
Edit: Also take into consideration the use of chains for winter driving and possible contact between tire and inner fender skirts under Full Suspension Compression and possible minor reduced turning radius...these are the things that are discovered thru trial and error
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