315/30R18 tires have a diameter of 25.4", a section width of 12.4", and a wheel diameter of 18".
YES, 315 wide tires are the same as 35” tires although 315 is the tread width in millimeters and 35″ is the tire diameter. 315/70/17 is usually the accepted metric equivalent size for standard/imperial 35-inch tires.
As you can see above, the 315 70 17 tire measures 12.4″ wide and 34.362″ tall.
315. This number indicates that your tire has a width of 315 millimeters. 35. This number means that your tire has an aspect ratio of 35%. In other words, your tire's sidewall height (from the edge of the rim to the tire's tread) is 35% of the width.
A 315 tire is only 12.4" wide.
yup they'll fit just fine ! falkens, yokohama, and toyo (toyo owns falken) "315" runs narrower than a michelin or continental 315. thats why these particular tires will fit on a 10.5 inch rim.
315 is tread width in mm. 25.4 mm to an inch. 315 divided by 25.4 = 12.401 inches. That tire should have an ideal rim width from 11-13".
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. 16.831″ + 16″ wheel = 32.831″ approximate tire diameter.
Usually, the 35-inch tires are designed for more giant trucks and vehicles and rough terrain use. Thanks to their design, these tires are not as noisy as the regular tires. Additionally, they offer durability like 50,000-70,000 miles as opposed to an average of 40,000 miles.
305/70R17 tires have a diameter of 33.8", a section width of 12.0", and a wheel diameter of 17". The circumference is 106.2" and they have 597 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 8-9.5" wide wheels.
325/60R20 tires have a diameter of 35.4", a section width of 12.8", and a wheel diameter of 20". The circumference is 111.0" and they have 571 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 9-12" wide wheels.
Yup. 35's will fit stock rims. You will just have to worry about rubbing the UCA or plastic.
To increase performance, your tire should be compatible with your rim size. 33-inch tires work well with rims that measure 15 or 16 inches in width, while 35-inch tires should only be used with rims that are at least 17-inches wide.
315/35R17 tires have a diameter of 25.7", a section width of 12.4", and a wheel diameter of 17". The circumference is 80.6" and they have 786 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 10.5-12.5" wide wheels.
33X12. 50R17 tires have a diameter of 33.0", a section width of 12.5", and a wheel diameter of 17". The circumference is 103.6" and they have 611 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 8.5-11" wide wheels.
From a months-long overlanding trip to a weekend at the sand dunes, 34 inch tire sizes are available in a wide range of fitments and purposes to suit your needs.
A 35” tire offers approximately 1 inch more clearance at the axle compared to a 33-inch tire.
295/70/17 is actually about 3/4 inch taller than most 33's as the former will measure around 33.3" and the latter 29.5".
The first number is your overall diameter of the tire. In this example the tire diameter or "height" is 33 inches tall. The second number represents the width of the tire. In most cases with inch measurement tires the width will have a . 50 decimal after the initial number.
A 315 looks best on a 11.5" wheel. But some 315's run narrower than some wide running 295's. Some people are just after the number on the side of the tire and not actual function.
A 10.5 or 11 inch wheel work best for the 305 tire. Anything less reduces the contact patch and available traction and benefit of the wider tire.