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A massive tire size chart with both metric and inch tire sizes listed to easily compare every tire size in one spot. Here are two tire size charts that list every tire by wheel size or by diameter to make your search as simple as possible.
Tire Technologies & Specs . Learn more about Goodyear's tire technologies and tire specifications like speed ratings and load indexes. Tire Care Toolkit . Find helpful tips for maintaining tires, repairing tires and more. ... Use the tire size chart to find your tire size and see a tire selection that's right for you.
Automobile tires are described by an alphanumeric tire code (in American English and Canadian English) or tyre code (in British English, Australian English and others), which is generally molded (or moulded) into the sidewall of the tire. This code specifies the dimensions of the tire, and some of its key limitations, such as load-bearing ...
The tire size branded on the sidewall provides a significant amount of information about the tire's intended purpose, dimensions, load capacity and high temperature/high speed durability. Our primary example will be based on variations of the 225/50R16 size, although other sizes will appear...
Tire Tech: Diameter Comparison of Light Truck Tire Sizes Tire diameters provided are typical for the tire size. However, different tread designs and molded tread depths can result in slightly different overall tire diameters. Approx. Tire Diameter (in Inches) P-Metric and European Metric LT-Metric…
Tire Size Chart - Metric - by Rim Diameter shows the metric tire measures: Rim Diameter, Overall Diameter, Section width, Circumference, Revolutions per mile/km, Aspect Ratio, Section height; for listed metric tire sizes, grouped by a rim diameter.
Tire Technologies & Specs . Learn more about Goodyear's tire technologies and tire specifications like speed ratings and load indexes. Tire Care Toolkit . ... Tire Size Chart . Use the tire size chart to find your tire size and see a tire selection that's right for you.
If a tire size has no letters at the beginning, this indicates a Euro metric tire. P-Metric and Euro-Metric tires may have different load capacities. The letters "LT," either at the beginning or at the end of the tire size indicate the tire was designed for light trucks.
Listing in chart does not imply complete interchangeability. When changing tire sizes, dimensional clearances must be checked.