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## What size tire is a 255 75R15?

255/75R15 tires have a diameter of 30.1″, a section width of 10.0″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 94.4″ and they have 671 revolutions per mile. Generally they are approved to be mounted on 6.5-8.5″ wide wheels for passenger tires and 6.5-8″ for LT tires.

### How tall is a 225 75R15 tire?

225/75R15 tires have a diameter of 28.3″, a section width of 8.9″, and a wheel diameter of 15″. The circumference is 88.8″ and they have 713 revolutions per mile.

**How tall is a 255 tire?**

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

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

17 Inch | 245/70R17 | 30.5 inches |

255/75R17 | 32.0 inches | |

255/80R17 | 33.0 inches | |

265/70R17 | 31.6 inches |

**How wide is a 255 tire in inches?**

255 (Tire Width): The tire width is 255 millimeters from sidewall to sidewall (just over ten inches). 45 (Aspect Ratio): The tire’s sidewall is 45% of the tire’s width, which means the sidewall is about 114 millimeters or just over 4 inches.

## What is the difference between a 225 70R15 and a 225 75R15?

A P225/70R15 is about 27 inches in diameter while a P225/75R15 is about 28 inches in diameter. They are both nearly 9 inches wide and fit a 15 inch wheel. Both of the tires you mention are passenger vehicle tires as shown by the letter P before the size.

### What size tire is 255 75 17?

The 255/75R17 Goodyear Wrangler SR-A has a diameter of 32.1″, a width of 10″, mounts on a 17″ rim and has 649 revolutions per mile. It weighs 36 lbs, has a max load of 2535 lbs, a maximum air pressure of 44 psi, a tread depth of 12/32″ and should be used on a rim width of 6.5-8.5″.

**How wide are 255 tires?**

ten inches

255 (Tire Width): The tire width is 255 millimeters from sidewall to sidewall (just over ten inches). 45 (Aspect Ratio): The tire’s sidewall is 45% of the tire’s width, which means the sidewall is about 114 millimeters or just over 4 inches.

**How much taller is a 75 tire than a 70?**

70 (or 75) is the ratio of the width to the sidewall height. So a 75 will be a taller tire, and closer to the height of the 6.70×15. I see Frank (decarmine) answered at the same time I did!!