{{mpg_width_mm}}/{{mpg_aspect_ratio}}{{mpg_radial}}{{mpg_rim_diameter}} refers to the size of the tire. It’s a standard which is used by car and tire manufacturers. By having the standard, tire manufacturers are able to manufacture same size tires independently and users can buy same size tires from different manufacturers.

Here’s an explanation of what these metrics mean in practice: 


The tire width is {{mpg_width_mm}}mm.


The aspect ratio of the tire is {{mpg_aspect_ratio}}. Aspect ratio refers to the height of tire sidewall in relation to tire width in percentages.


The letter in the middle refers to tire construction. Practically all tires sold for cars are radials.

Sometimes you also see tires with RF or ZR. RF indicates the tire is run flat, whereas ZR means the tire has speed rating higher than V. These tires are also radials, as the R indicates.


Rim diameter for the tire. {{mpg_mastersize}} tire can be mounted only to a {{mpg_rim_diameter}}" rims.

What is {{mpg_mastersize}} tire size in inches?

Because the width of {{mpg_mastersize}} tire is stated in millimeters and sidewall height in percentages, you have to make calculations to see what the true size of {{mpg_mastersize}} is in inches. Luckily, we have made these calculations for you.

In this table you can see size of {{mpg_mastersize}} in inches, as well as few additional metrics:

In inches

In millimeters

Section Width



Sidewall height



Diameter / Height






Rim Diameter



 {{mpg_revolutions_mile}} per mile

 {{mpg_revolutions_km}} per kilometer

Recommended Rim Sizes for {{mpg_mastersize}} Tires

For {{mpg_mastersize}} tires you need to have correct size rims to install the tires to. There are different width rims available in the market, and you can run into problems by installing {{mpg_mastersize}} to a too wide or too narrow rim. Here are the recommended rim sizes for {{mpg_mastersize}} tire:


Width Range



{{mpg_mastersize}} – Variations

When you look at the tire code on {{mpg_mastersize}} tires, you may see there are additional numbers and letters after the code {{mpg_mastersize}}. These numbers and letters refer to speed rating and load index of the tire. {{mpg_mastersize}} has at least following variations available on the markets:

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