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.
315/30R18 tires have a diameter of 25.4", a section width of 12.4", and a wheel diameter of 18".
Registered. The 35 is a more or less true 35, and the 305 is a 34. Roughly the same width.
They are the same height as a 33x12. 5, but have narrower widths. The 295/70-17 is like a "33.5" and the 305/70-17 is typically called the "34". The 315/70-17 is called a "35" and is very close to a 35x12.
315/70R17. Diameter : 34.4" Width : 12.4" Wheel : 17" x 8-10.5"
Registered. The difference is the 35x12. 50-17 is E rated and the 315/70-17 is D rated. They are essentially the same size tires but I guess using the standard floatation size for one and the P metric size for the other makes it easier to differentiate between the two.
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.
A 35” tire offers approximately 1 inch more clearance at the axle compared to a 33-inch tire. Now that might not sound like a lot, however, that 1 inch can mean the difference between being hung up and just managing to scrape over the obstacle.
325/65R18 tires have a diameter of 34.6", a section width of 12.8", and a wheel diameter of 18".
A 305/70/16 is a 32.8 (~33) by 12.00 inch tire.
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.
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.
The 37-inch tires are usually 30 mm taller and 40 mm wider than the 35-inch tires. The 37-inch tires are better in the rough terrain that you'd find away from civilization.
Most 3" kits will yield somewhere around 2.5" to 3" and like i said tires vary. Your current 30.5" might be referred to as 31s. Also after installing a lift the truck will settle a bit over time and sit a touch lower than right after the install.
Higher road clearance
The most obvious effect of larger tires is that they increase your car's height. By elevating it several inches off the ground, you get better ground clearance – that is, the distance between the road surface and the lowermost part of the vehicle.
A 315 tire is only 12.4" wide. Maybe a 315/60/15 you can run on a 14" wide rim because you've got almost 7.5" of sidewall to transition onto that 1.5" wider rim.
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.
The 35X12. 50R17 Toyo Open Country M/T has a diameter of 34.8", a width of 13.2", mounts on a 17" rim and has 596 revolutions per mile. It weighs 78 lbs, has a max load of 3640 lbs, a maximum air pressure of 65 psi, a tread depth of 21/32" and should be used on a rim width of 8.5-11".
315/75R16 tires are 34.6″ tall, have a section width of 12.4″, and fit wheels with a diameter of 16.
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.