How wide of a tire can I fit on a 17×8 wheel?

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How wide of a tire can I fit on a 17×8 wheel?

235 and 245mm wide tires will fit 17×8″ wheels but add to the cost and weight as well as fewer tires to choose from.

What size rim do I need for a 195 65R15?

You need the rim size of 15″ x 5.5-7″ for 195/65R15 tires.

What size tire will fit on a 8 inch wide rim?

Equivalency table

Rim width Minimum tire width Ideal tire width
7,0 Inches 195 mm 205 or 215 mm
7,5 Inches 205 mm 215 or 225 mm
8,0 Inches 215 mm 225 or 235 mm
8,5 Inches 225 mm 235 or 245 mm

How wide of a tire can I fit on a 7 wide rim?

The 225 is the largest size to mount on 7″ rims. The 7″ can mount from 195 to 225(Tire manufacture’s Suggetion). The 235 might be alright.

What does 17×8 wheel mean?

Wheel sizes are defined with the calculation: (diameter x width), so that a 17” diameter wheel might be 17×7”, 17×7. 5” or 17×8”. Widths tend to scale up with the diameter, so that while you will almost never see a 17×5” or a 17×10” wheel, a 14×5” or 19×10” wheel are standard sizes.

What size is a 195 tire?

195/50R15 tires have a diameter of 22.7″, a section width of 7.7″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 71.2″ and they have 890 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 5.5-7″ wide wheels.

How tall is a 195 65r15?

This number indicates that your tire has a width of 195 millimeters. This number means that your tire has an aspect ratio of 65%. In other words, your tire’s sidewall height (from the edge of the rim to the tire’s tread) is 65% of the width. In this case, the sidewall height works out to be 126 millimeters.

How wide is a 195 tire?

Can you put a 8 inch tire on a 7 inch rim?

The long answer is yes, but it will be stretched out a little. It will work perfectly fine, it just may look different from what you would expect from a normal tire and rim combo.

Can you put a 275 tire on a 7 inch rim?

The 275’s will go on the 7″ rim however you will need to drop the pressure to 26 psi or so to get full tire tread contact on the road.

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