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Provide your year, make, model & version.
Select the size found on your tire’s sidewall.
Your location helps us provide you with pricing and availability.
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Finding your tire size is simple. When you're looking at your tire, your sidewall should look similar to one of these two options. Start entering the first number as highlighted below.
Enter the second number on your tire's sidewall as highlighted below.
Enter the second number on your tire's sidewall as highlighted below.Heads up: Some tires might show a number like 12.5 as 1250.
Enter the third number on your tire's sidewall as highlighted below.
The correct size information is important for accurate results. Let us guide you there.
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How to Find Your Tire Size
Finding your size is simple. Once you are at your vehicle, write down the following highlighted numbers located on your sidewall in the order shown below.
Example: The size of the tire below is 215/60/16.
High Floatation Tires
Example: The size of the tire below is 35/12.5/17.