It did not work out. Must be a difference in the Pilot's offset, because although it worked OK with those rims/tires, when the guys at Discount Tire mounted a 235/70-16 on my rim, it rubbed the forward plastic wheel well.
Ended up with Kumho 235/60-16 and so far am happy with them.
But they are the same overall diameter (maybe a tenth of an inch larger) so they did not fix my problem of scraping my tow hitch on the asphalt as I turn up my steep driveway. Many different threads here have convinced me to get some Airlift bags. That will solve my problem.
The other option would be, to get aftermarket springs for the rear of your Ody.
I have aftermarket springs for both the front and rear of my Ody. Then again, I never scraped with my hitch on my 03' Ody in stock form. I used scrape the hitch on my 00' Ody though. Which has the same suspension set up as your 01'.
The 99'-01' Odys had a different spring, strut, shock, and sway bar set up compared to the 02'-04' models.
I went with custom spring rates to keep the rear from sagging and to added some more load capacity. Additionally, I felt the front spring rates weren't enough as well, and increased those rates as well.
Soon, I'll have my newly arrived Koni single adjustable inserts fitted to my stock front strut housings installed and all of the bounce up front will be gone. If it works well enough which I can't see why it wouldn't, I'll be getting Koni single adjustable shocks to replace the rear Monroe Reflex shocks that I currently have on as well.
There are many options of what you can do, it's a matter of what your intentions are for you Ody and how you want to make that change.