Contents

- 1 Are 285 tires equal to 33?
- 2 Are 295 tires the same as 33?
- 3 What does 33 inch tire mean?
- 4 What size tires are 32s?
- 5 What tire is bigger 285 or 33?
- 6 What size is a 33 12.50 tire?
- 7 How much taller is a 35 tire than a 33 tire?
- 8 What size is a 33 12.50 in metric?
- 9 How tall is a 285 70R17?
- 10 What are the best 33 inch tires?
- 11 What size rim do I need for 33 inch tires?
- 12 Are 305 tires the same as 33?
- 13 How tall is a 17 inch tire?
- 14 Are 265 75r15 the same as 31×10 5r15?
- 15 What size tires are 35s?

## Are 285 tires equal to 33?

YES, 285 wide tires are the same as 33 ” tires although 285 is the tread width in millimeters and 33 ″ is the tire diameter. 285 /75/16 is usually the accepted metric equivalent size for 33’s. 16.831″ + 16″ wheel = 32.831″ approximate tire diameter.

## Are 295 tires the same as 33?

The 295 is a true 33, the 33×12.

## What does 33 inch tire mean?

The first number is your overall diameter of the tire. In this example the tire diameter or “height” is 33 inches tall. The second number represents the width of the tire. In example “A” this reads 12.50, meaning the tire width is 12 and 1/2 inches.

## What size tires are 32s?

Diameter Comparison of Light Truck Tire Sizes

Approx. Tire Diameter (in Inches) | P-Metric and European Metric | LT-Metric |
---|---|---|

75-series and 70-series | 75-series and 70-series | |

32 | LT265/75R16 | |

31-1/2 | 265/70R17 | LT265/75R16 |

265/75R16 |

## What tire is bigger 285 or 33?

285 /75/16 is the metric equivalent of a 33 ″ tire. 16.831″ + 16″ wheel = 32.831″ approximate tire diameter. Although the 285 /75/16 is usually the accepted metric size for 33’s, the actual diameter of the tire varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.

## What size is a 33 12.50 tire?

Plus Sizes

33/12.5-15 | 315/75-15 | |
---|---|---|

Diameter inches (mm) | 33.03 (838.92) | 33.6 (853.5) |

Width inches (mm) | 12.52 (318) | 12.4 (315) |

Circum. inches (mm) | 103.76 (2635.54) | 105.56 (2681.35) |

Sidewall Height inches (mm) | 9.01 (228.96) | 9.3 (236.25) |

## How much taller is a 35 tire than a 33 tire?

A 35 will give you about an inch more of clearance at the axle over a 33 inch tire.

## What size is a 33 12.50 in metric?

Popular Tire Size Equivalents

Metric Tire Size | Inch Equivalent | |
---|---|---|

305 / 70 R 16 | = | 33 x 12.0 – 16 |

305 / 65 R 17 | = | 33 x 12.0 – 17 |

305 / 55 R 20 | = | 33 x 12.0 – 20 |

325 / 50 R 20 | = | 33 x 12.5 – 20 |

## How tall is a 285 70R17?

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

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

17 Inch | 265/ 70R17 | 31.6 inches |

275/ 70R17 | 32.2 inches | |

285 / 70R17 | 32.7 inches | |

285 /75R17 | 33.8 inches |

## What are the best 33 inch tires?

There are many different brands and styles that are available if you are looking for 33 – inch tires for your vehicle.

- Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015.
- Toyo Tires Open Country AT II.
- BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2.
- Continental Terrain Contact A/T.
- Federal Couragia M/T Mud-Terrain Radial Tire.

## What size rim do I need for 33 inch tires?

33 – inch tires work well with rims that measure 15 or 16 inches in width, while 35- inch tires should only be used with rims that are at least 17-inches wide. Larger tires require wider rims to maximize the tire profile and improve your Jeep’s maneuverability.

## Are 305 tires the same as 33?

A 305 /70/16 is a 32.8 (~ 33 ) by 12.00 inch tire.

## How tall is a 17 inch tire?

17 INCH TIRES | TIRE HEIGHT |
---|---|

225 35 17 | 23.20 |

245 35 17 | 23.75 |

315 35 17 | 25.68 |

335 35 17 | 26.23 |

## Are 265 75r15 the same as 31×10 5r15?

Yeah they’re the same size. 265 millimeters is section width, the widest part of the tire halfway up the sidewall. 75 means that the sidewall is 75% as tall as the section width. So the sidewall is 75% of 265, or 199 millimeters tall.

## What size tires are 35s?

Most 315 / 70 – 17’s are called 35’s but will measure at 34″ or less. The same is true about a 35 x 12.5 -17, or 35 ” tire. It will also usually measure at 34″ or less in use. In both cases the published size will be closer to the advertised size, but most tires run smaller than advertised.