The size of most passenger and light truck tires is represented by a combination of letters and numbers that can be found on the tire sidewall. The photograph below shows an example of a 205/60R16 92H passenger tire.
What Does it Mean?
|205||This is the Section Width. It is the width of the tire from sidewall to sidewall, in millimeters. This tire is 205 millimeters wide.|
|60||This is the Aspect Ratio, and is the ratio of the sidewall height to the Section Width. The sidewall height of this tire is 60% of the Section Width, or 123 mm.|
|R||The "R" indicates that this tire is a radial. All TRAZANO tires are radials and built to the highest quality standards.|
|16||This is the Wheel Diameter that the tire fits, in inches. This tire will only fit a 16" wheel.|
|92||This is the nomenclature used to indicate the Load Carrying Capacity of the the tire.|
|H||This is an alphanumeric indicator used to designate the maximum speed at which a properly installed and inflated tire may be driven. An H rated tire can be driven at speeds up to 130 mph.|
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