Use your tire size, located on the sidewall of your tire and in your vehicle Owner's Manual, to find your tire options. Begin by selecting your section width, aspect ratio and rim size.
|A. Section Width (255)||The distance from sidewall to sidewall, exclusive of any raised lettering|
|B. Aspect Ratio (45)||The dimensional relationship determined by dividing section height by section width|
|C. Rim Size (17)||The diameter of the rim (usually measured in inches).|
|D. Load Index (87)||A numerical code that specifies the maximum load a tire can carry at the speed indicated by its speed symbol, at maximum inflation pressure.|
|E. Speed Symbol (W)||A letter code that specifies a tire's capability to travel at established and predetermined speeds.|
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