## What size tire is 235 60R15?

235/60R15 tires have a diameter of 26.1″, a section width of 9.3″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 82.0″ and they have 773 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 6.5-8.5″ wide wheels.

**What does P235 60R15 mean?**

This number indicates that your tire has a width of 235 millimeters. 60. This number means that your tire has an aspect ratio of 60%. In other words, your tire’s sidewall height (from the edge of the rim to the tire’s tread) is 60% of the width. In this case, the sidewall height works out to be 141 millimeters.

**What is 60R15 tire?**

275/60R15 tires have a diameter of 28.0″, a section width of 10.8″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 87.9″ and they have 721 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 7.5-9.5″ wide wheels.

### How wide is a 60 15 tire?

215/60R15 tires have a diameter of 25.2″, a section width of 8.5″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 79.0″ and they have 802 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 6-7.5″ wide wheels.

**What size is a P235 tire?**

How tall are 235 75R15 tires in inches?

Rim Size | P-Metric Size | Actual Tire Height |
---|---|---|

15 Inch | 235/75R15 | 28.9 inches |

265/70R15 | 29.6 inches | |

16 Inch | 225/75R16 | 29.3 inches |

235/85R16 | 31.7 inches |

**How wide is 235 tire in inches?**

P-Metric Tire Sizes – P-Metric to Inches Conversion Chart

Rim Size | P-Metric Size | Tread Width |
---|---|---|

15 Inch | 235/75R15 | 9.25 inches |

265/70R15 | 10.4 inches | |

16 Inch | 225/75R16 | 8.8 inches |

235/85R16 | 9.25 inches |

#### How tall is a 255 60R15 tire?

255/60R15 tires have a diameter of 27.0″, a section width of 10.0″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 84.9″ and they have 746 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 7-9″ wide wheels.

**How tall are P275 60R15 tires?**

Radial T/A 275/60R15 Tire Specs

Size | Diameter | Revs/Mile |
---|---|---|

P275/60R15 107S SL RWL 400 A B | 28″ | 743 |

**Can I use 195 60R15 instead of 185 60R15?**

Actually, pulling up an example on TireRack.com, I see that a 195/60 R15 will work on a 5.5″ to 7″ rim, so the simple answer to your question is: Yes a 195 is fine on a 185 spec rim. You will increase the tire height by 12mm with a 195/60 vs a 185/60.

## What does 235 stand for on tires?

So “235” means that the tire has a nominal width of 235 millimeters. The following “55” is the tire wall height as a percentage of the width. So in our example, the actual height in millimeters would be just under 130 mm. Then comes the letter “R” as the identifier for radial tires.