What tires are 33 inches tall?

What tires are 33 inches tall?

Tire size equivalent chart for 33″, 35″, 37″ or 40″ tires

33″ Tires (+/- 0.50″ in overall diameter)
33X950-15 285/75-16 275/65-18
33X10.50-15 305/70-16 275/70-18
33X11.50-15 375/55-16 305/60-18
33X12.50-15M 295/65-18

How big is a 26575r16 tire?

Tire Size Calculator – Tire & Wheel Plus Sizing BETA

Unit: Imperial Imperial Metric
Section Width 10.43 in
Rim Diameter 16.00 in
Rim Width Range 7.00 in – 8.00 in
Overall Diameter 31.65 in

What tire size is a 4.00 18?

A 4.00×18 measures out to roughly 102/95-18 but this will vary from mfg to mfg and from model to model. It’s really more of an “indication” of size rather than an actual size. That said, a 110/80 will be about 8mm wider and 9mm shorter in diameter, which means the sidewall will be about 4-5mm shorter.

How wide is a 4.00 tire?

4″ = refers to the diameter of the rim, in inches For example, a 4.80/4.00-8″ tire typically has a 15.5″ diameter rather than the 16″ diameter you would expect.

How wide is a 4.00 tyre?

4.1″ wide
So a 4.10/3.50-4 tyre is 4.1″ wide, 3.5″ tall on the sidewall and fits a 4″ rim. This tyre would therefore have the appearance of a low profile tyre.

Is a 285 and a 33 inch tire the same?

YES, 285 wide tires are the same as 33” tires although 285 is the tread width in millimeters and 33″ is the tire diameter. 285/75/16 is usually the accepted metric equivalent size for 33’s.

How big is a 295 tire in inches?

295/35R18 tires have a diameter of 26.1″, a section width of 11.6″, and a wheel diameter of 18″. The circumference is 82.0″ and they have 772 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 10-11.5″ wide wheels.

Which tire is wider 70r or 75r?

The difference will be in the height. The sidewall of a 70-series tire will be 70% of the width, a 75 series will be 75% of the width. If you want the same HEIGHT in a 70 series, then you need to go wider in the width — about 219. Of course, they don’t make 219…

How do you read a tire code?

How to read your tires codes

  1. “215” represents the width of the tire from sidewall to sidewall. The larger the number, the wider the tire.
  2. “60” is the aspect ratio. This is the official sidewall height shown as a percentage of section width.
  3. “R” is the radial construction.

How do you read tire numbers?

The first number is the load index if the tire is used in a single application, the second number is the load index if the tire is used in a dual application. Passenger type tires cannot be used in a dual application. Light truck tires will also have a Load Range that is indicated by a letter, such as Load Range E.

What does 4.00 mean on a tire?

What does 4.00 6 mean on a tire?

The two most common sizes are 4.00 – 6 and 4.10 – 6. The first number is the height of the tire sidewall, and the second number is the rim diameter. To get the overall diameter you need to do some math! 6 (rim diameter) + 4.00 (sidewall height) X 2 = 14 inches total diameter.