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Tire widths for a wheel/rim size chart shows what tire widths fit displayed wheel/rim sizes - shows tire width range for a given rim width: minimum, ideal and maximum tire widths (e.g. for an 7" wheel/rim, following tire widths can be fitted: 195, 205, 215 or 225).
…digits identifying the tire's Section Width in millimeters is a two-digit number that identifies the tire's profile or aspect ratio. P225/50R16 91S The 50 indicates that this tire size's sidewall height (from rim to tread) is 50% of its section width. The measurement is the tire's section height,…
Finally. 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. Each metric tire measurement shows both the metric tire size and the inch equivalent.
…tire size will fit on a variety of rim widths. A tire's rim width range identifies the narrowest to the widest rim widths that the tire is designed to fit. The width of the rim will influence the width of the tire. A tire mounted on a narrow rim would be 'narrower' than if the same size tire was…
Tire Size Chart - Metric - by Rim/Wheel Diameter displays the metric tire size designations with belonging tire measures: OD - Overall Tire Diameter, SW - Section width, AR - Aspect Ratio, RD - Rim diameter, SH - Section height, CI - Tire circumference, RE - Revolutions per mile/km; in metric and English units.
Hi Keith, Our tire compatibility chart is undergoing. Few recommends for your ref. 26~34mm inner width rim for 2.5" tires. 32~45mm inner width rim for 3.0" tires. 50~65mm inner width rim for 4.0" tires and 3.5" tires. Tire width is not the only factor for choosing right rims. LB can make a proper customized recommendation for you.
Rim/Wheel Widths Each tire has a specific rim width range on which the tire can be mounted. Failure to follow rim width recommendations may result in poor tire performance or possible wheel and/or tire failure. Below is a quick reference chart listing each tire size and the acceptable rim widths for that size. (The chart does not show all sizes ...
A narrow rim will alter the tire profile, with a smaller contact patch during braking. Fitment to these rims may result in slippage or air loss. And roughly each additional 0.5" of rim width will be approximately 0.25" more in each tire width
For example, a tire in the P205/60R15 size is measured on a 6.0" wide wheel and this size tire has an approved rim width range from 5.5" to 7.5" wide. The tire has a section width of 8.23" (209mm) when mounted on a 6.0" wide wheel.