How to Size ATV Tires

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    • 1). Assess the tire diameter. ATV tire sizes are labeled with a number that reads "A" by "B" by "C." The first number, "A," is the tire diameter. Look at your tire label and read the "A" number. It should read a number such as "25," which means the tire has a diameter of 25 inches.

    • 2). Assess the tire width. The "B" number in tire number is the tire width. Look at your label and read the "B" number. It should read a number such as "10," which means the tire has a width of 10 inches.

    • 3). Asses the rim diameter. The "C" number in the tire number is the rim diameter of the tire. Look at your label and read the "C" number. It should read a number such as "12," which means the tire has a rim diameter of 12 inches.

    • 4). Assess your wheel size. When sizing ATV tires you also need to make sure that your tires fit your wheel specified wheel size. The wheel size on ATVs uses a similar number system as the tire size. The wheel size number reads "A" x "B" x "C" + "D" x "E"/"F." The "A" number is the wheel diameter in inches, the "B" number is the wheel width in inches, the "C" number is the inside wheel edge offset in inches, the "D" number is the mounting center line on the outside wheel edge in inches, the "E" number is the number of bolt holes on the wheel and the "F" number is the spacing of the bolt holes in millimeters. If all of these numbers fit the specs of your tire and ATV then you can use the wheel with your tire and your ATV.

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