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How to read your tires

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How to read your tires, what is the dimension that has your car
Suppose we have the 195/65 R 15 91H:
195: is the width of the tread and more specifically the distance in millimeters from one sidewall of the tire to the other.
65: is a number denoting the ratio of height to width of the tire and the smaller, the lower the profile.
R: symbolizes the way of construction of the tire and more specifically that is radially made (Radial).
15: shows us what wheel must be placed said elastic and is a numeral indicated in inches.
91: indication referring to the load index and could be explained as the weight you can lift each tire under suitable pressure and temperature conditions. The following Table A is the assignment of numbers to be read in the walls of the tire in relation to the weight that can withstand. In our case, 91 means that each tire can withstand up to 615 pounds.

Table Α

Load Index

Weight(kg)

 

Load Index

Weight (kg)

71

345

 

91

615

72

355

 

92

630

73

365

 

93

650

74

375

 

94

670

75

387

 

95

690

76

400

 

96

710

77

412

 

97

730

78

425

 

98

750

79

437

 

99

775

80

494

 

100

800

81

462

 

101

825

82

475

 

102

850

83

487

 

103

875

84

500

 

104

900

85

515

 

105

925

86

530

 

106

950

87

545

 

107

975

88

560

 

108

1000

89

580

 

109

1030

90

600

 

110

1060

  • Η: ratio of the maximum speed that our tires can travel safely. So the dimensions given these tires under Table B below, withstand up to 210 km / h.

 

Table Β

Code

 

L

120 km/h

M

130 km/h

N

140km/h

P

150 km/h

Q

160 km/h

R

170 km/h

S

180 km/h

T

190 km/h

U

200 km/h

H

210 km/h

V

240 km/h

W

270 km/h

Y

300 km/h

(Y)

300+km/h