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Introducing the Celsius II. Our newest all-weather touring tire delivers reliable traction throughout the seasons. From summer to winter, it provides driving comfort, wet weather grip, and traction in light snow for true year-round capability.


The Destination X/T is built tough to give you traction and durability you can count on. This all-terrain light truck and SUV tire delivers year-round performance and is 3 peak mountain snowflake certified.


We want to help you find the aftermarket wheels and tires that fit your vehicle perfectly and that you will love. Simply enter your Year, Make, Model, and Trim and we'll show you the wheels and tires that will work on your truck. Upgrading to aftermarket wheels is one of the biggest and most defining steps in the build process. Check out our gallery to see what other people are running so you can visually find the exact setup you want! All wheel and tire packages come with free mounting, balancing, and shipping so they're ready to throw on as soon as they're delivered!


Installing the right tires on your vehicle is essential to the overall performance and safety of your vehicle. Your tire choice should reflect the conditions in which you drive and your preferences for vehicle response and handling. To make the most informed decision, though, you must understand how to read tire size when it's time to buy tires.


Thankfully, determining the correct tire size for your vehicle is relatively simple. All the information you need is immediately available either in your owner's manual or somewhere on the vehicle itself. Already know how to read tire size numbers? Skip the explanation and find the right Bridgestone tire for your vehicle online or by visiting a Bridgestone tire dealer near you.


While actual, physical measurements like width and diameter are factors in finding the right tire size, there are additional details to consider. Knowing how to read car tire sizes also means understanding terms like load index and speed rating that affect your vehicle's overall capabilities.


For most vehicles, you'll see the letter "P" before the number sequence begins: P225/70R16 91S. The "P" is short for "P-metric," which is a designation by the Tire and Rim Association for a "passenger car" tire type. A "P" signifies the tire was designed to primarily be used on passenger vehicles, which can include cars, minivans, SUV's and other light-duty pickup trucks.


Similarly, "T" stands for "temporary" and is for your spare tire. If you see "ST," that means "special trailer." A special trailer tire is never installed on the drive or steer wheels. It's only intended for use on trailer axles.


After the slash mark, the next number you see is for the tire's aspect ratio, which essentially tells you how tall your tire's profile is: P225/70R16 91S. Aspect ratios are delivered in percentages. Tire makers calculate the aspect ratio by dividing a tire's sidewall height by its width. If a tire has an aspect ratio of 70, it means the tire's height is 70% of its width.


"Bias-ply" tires were used on automobiles and light trucks until the '70s," reports the classic car site, Hemmings. But radial tires represent the vast majority of tires on the road in the United States today. In fact, you will almost always see the letter "R" on tires as radial tires have been the industry standard for over 40 years. Radial construction means the tire's internal ply cords are oriented in a radial direction (at 90 degrees to the centerline of the tread).


Take note: if you decide to change your rims' size, you will also need to get new tires that are compatible with the change in size. Tires designed to fit a 16-inch wheel diameter will not stretch to fit on new 18-inch rims.


It is called the load "index" because the figure doesn't tell us the precise number of pounds the tire can support, at least not by itself. Instead, the number corresponds to a specific load capacity listed in an index. Beginning with one and ending with 150, numbers in the load index represent carrying capacities of 99 to 7385 lbs.


Additionally, you may not find this number present on all tires. This is because the load index is not required by law to be printed on tires. If there is no load index measurement on your tires, check the owner's manual or contact your local Bridgestone tire dealer for more information.


The final figure in a tire size sequence is the speed rating indicated by a letter: P225/70R16 91S. Just as your load index number corresponds to a particular load, your speed rating letter corresponds to a specific speed capability based on a standardized laboratory test.


For example, a tire with a speed rating "S" is rated for up to 112 mph, while a tire rated "R" is up to 106 mph. Remember that this isn't a recommended cruising speed, but rather the maximum speed that tire type can withstand. Of course, you should always follow legal speed limits on roadways.


Tires with higher speed ratings tend to offer increased handling performance. Replacement tires must have the same or higher speed rating to maintain vehicle speed capability. If a vehicle has tires with different speed ratings, the speed rating of the "slowest" tire dictates the vehicle's top speed.


Like the load index, the speed rating is not required by law to be listed on all tires. If your tires do not have the speed rating listed, your owner's manual will have the relevant information for your model's stock tire type.


You may find "M+S" or "M/S" after the main tire size sequence on some tires. This indicates that the tire has some capacity to handle snow and mud conditions. This indication is common on most radial or "R" type tires.


You may notice another set of letters and numbers on your tire's sidewall beginning with "DOT." This is not an indication of tire size, but rather that the tire complies with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. The "DOT" stands for Department of Transportation and is followed by the tire identification number.


The first two letters or numbers after DOT refer to the manufacturing plant where the tire was produced and the last four numbers indicate the week and year the tire was made. The numbers 4318, for instance, indicate that the tire was manufactured during the 43rd week of 2018.


While it's certainly possible to upgrade your tires' size, it's usually best to stick to your manufacturer-recommended tire size for optimal performance. Increasing the size of your tires may give your car more ground clearance, but it may also affect handling, drivetrain performance and fuel economy. Keep in mind the changes to key figures mentioned above, such as load index and speed rating, and how they may affect your vehicle's capabilities if you decide to increase tire size.


Once you know how to read the numbers on tires, you can explore tires by size and narrow down your tire options quickly. Compare tire sizes online or visit a Bridgestone tire dealer near you for help.


On road bike tires, you'll see a number pairing such as 700x23. The first number (700) is a size which roughly corresponds to the outer diameter of the tire in millimeters. The second number (23) denotes the actual tire width in millimeters.


If you are using tubeless tires without tubes, you will need tubeless-compatible wheels (and tire sealant). Many mountain bikers use tubeless tires and a growing number of road riders are trying them. You can run tubeless tires at lower tire pressures for a smoother ride and better traction without pinch flats.


UST (universal system tubeless) designated wheels make it easier to mount tubeless tires. (Note that you can run tubeless tires with tubes, so when making your new wheel choice, you might consider tubeless-compatible wheels simply to give yourself the option to try tubeless tires in the future.)


Better materials: Ultralight, ultrastrong carbon-fiber rims can offer a leap in performance and sticker price compared to most alloy rims. Compared to alloys, carbon can be formed into a wider range of shapes while also offering superior strength and stiffness. This lets wheel designers create lighter, stronger or more aerodynamic wheels with the same or lower weight than they can achieve with alloys. Be aware, though, that carbon wheels with rim brakes can be slicker in the rain and run much hotter on long downhill sections than rim-brake alloy wheels.


The manufacturer of your vehicle has specified vehicle-specific tires. Although your vehicle will fit other tires not specially designed for your vehicle, your manufacturers warranty may be impacted if you purchase non vehicle specific tires. If you have any questions, please contact us for help.


There are two places to find your tire size. If you're wanting to replace what was installed by the manufacturer, you will find a small badge on the inside of your door. Otherwise, if you want to replace the size that is currently on your vehicle,you can read the size from the sidewall of the tire.


Visit any of our RimTyme locations for great deals on custom wheel packages. Our wheel experts can assist you in selecting the right wheels whether you are looking for; truck wheels, off-road wheels, black wheels or chrome rims. We take pride in offering brand name wheels with flexible payment options, you can choose cash, credit, or our unique payment program to rent wheels or rim and tire packages. If you want to pay cash then, take advantage of our discounted cash prices.


We stock top wheel brands in our RimTyme wheel locations like: Hardcore, Hostile, Fuel Off-Road, Gear, Strada Wheels, KMC, Monster, XXR Wheels, Moto Metal and American Racing wheels, plus many other of your favorite brands. In addition, to a variety of wheel brands, styles and sizes we also carry name brand tires like: Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Cooper, General, Firestone, Toyo, Falken, Nexen, AMP and Lexani tires. 041b061a72


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