## What size tires are 245 75R17?

245/75R17 tires are 31.5″ tall, have a section width of 9.6″, and fit wheels with a diameter of 17. The circumference is 98.8″ that translates into 641 revolutions per mile. As a rule, they can be mounted on the wheels with 17″ x 6.5-8″(LT Tires 6.5-7.5″) rim width.

## How wide is a 245 tire?

245: The width of the tire, from sidewall to sidewall, in millimeters. A 245 is 245 millimeters, or 24.5 centimeters, wide. The tread width is actually somewhat smaller than the tire’s actual width.

**What’s the difference between a 245 tire and a 265 tire?**

The 245 and 265 represent the width of the tire in millimeters. The main difference between 245 and 265 tires is the width. The 265 tire is wider at 10.43 inches, while the 245 tire converts to 9.65 inches.

**What does 75 mean on tires?**

aspect ratio

75—This is the tire’s aspect ratio, comparing the tire’s height to its width. For this tire, it means its height is 75 percent of its width. R—This defines the construction within the tire. “R” stands for radial. “B” means belted bias and “D” stands for diagonal bias construction.

### How wide is a 245/45 r17?

245/45R17 tires are 25.7″ tall, have a section width of 9.6″, and fit wheels with a diameter of 17. The circumference is 80.6″ that translates into 786 revolutions per mile. As a rule, they can be mounted on the wheels with 17″ x 7.5-9″ rim width.

### Are 245 tires wide?

A 245 is 245 millimeters, or 24.5 centimeters, wide. The tread width is actually somewhat smaller than the tire’s actual width.

**What does 245 mean on a tire?**

245: The width of the tire, from sidewall to sidewall, in millimeters. A 245 is 245 millimeters, or 24.5 centimeters, wide. The tread width is actually somewhat smaller than the tire’s actual width. 45: Aspect Ratio. This is the sidewall’s height from the inside diameter to the outside diameter.

**How tall is a 245 50R17?**

What is 245/50R17 tire sidewall height? 245/50R17 tire has a sidewall height of 4.8 inches or 123 mm which is the measurement of tire sidewall from the wheel rim to the top of tire tread.

#### Are heavier or lighter tires better?

Are Heavier Wheels Better Than Lighter Wheels? Lighter wheels are better for fuel consumption. Heavy wheels add to the total weight of the vehicle. However, the weight of your wheels will not play a big role in acceleration, top speed, and the vehicle’s general performance on the road.