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Old 03-01-2003, 02:39 PM   #1
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Will, Rat, anyone still have that excel tire calculator? I need it again.
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There'* a link in Techinfo also.
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www.tirerack.com has one too.
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as a rule of thumb, if you go up one size on the width and down one size on the sidewall, the dia. will be the same or so close you cant tell the difference.
ex.
225/60r16 = 235/55r16
= 245/50r16
= 255/45r16

the tire will be wider , but the dia. will be the same.
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