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How do I find my tire size?

How do I find my tire size?

To find your tire size, you can typically locate it on the sidewall of your tire. Look for a series of numbers and letters that indicate the tire size and specifications. Here’s how to read it: Example Format: P215/65R15 95H P: This letter indicates the tire type. "P" stands for passenger vehicle tires. Other letters you might see include "LT" for light truck tires or no letter for Euro-metric tires. 215: This number is the tire width in millimeters, measured from sidewall to sidewall. 65: This number is the aspect ratio, which is the ratio of the tire's height to its width. It represents the sidewall height as a percentage of the tire's width. R: This letter indicates the construction type of the tire. "R" stands for radial construction, which is the most common type for modern tires. 15: This number is the diameter of the wheel rim in inches.  ... read more

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