Need to replace a tire on your lawn mower, garden tractor or garden tiller?
Don’t know how to measure a tire? Do the strange numbers on the side of your tire look like greek to you?
This easy to follow DIY Guide will teach you what those numbers mean and the correct way to measure a tire.
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Use our handy graphic below to determine the proper size tire for your equipment.
Examples of Tire Measurements
A: Overall Tire Diameter (This would be the total tire height.)
B: Tire width.
C: Tire section height. (aka tire profile)
D: Rim Diameter
Dimensions are typically shown as one, two or three digits with the decimal omitted.
For example: 410 would be 4.10″ and 480 would be 4.80″.
– Size designations consist of 2 or 3 numbers separated by X, – or /
– The designations for tires sold by LawnMowerPros.com are explained below.
– All dimensions are for inflated tires.
Examples of tire sizes:
We carry a large selection of Lawn Mower Tires. If you need help finding your Tire, please complete the Lawn Mower Parts Request Form and we will be happy to assist you.