Eagle Logo  

Step 1. Click on your vehicle type:

Bicycles
Motorcycles
&
Scooters
ATVs
&
Golf Carts
Carts
to
Construction
Highway Trucks
&
Busses
Passenger Cars
&
Light Trucks
Click Me!
Click Me!
Click Me!
Click Me!
Click Me!
Click Me!
Click on your vehicle type above

Step 2. Enter the metric or standard tire dimensions in the blue boxes below, then click Calculate:

Metric Tire Designation:

  Ozs. Increased Hazzard
Ozs.
ML Increased Hazzard
ML
  Width Aspect Ratio Rim Size  
  / - =

Standard Tire Designation:

  Ozs. Increased Hazzard
Ozs.
ML Increased Hazzard
ML
  Diameter   Width   Rim Size  
  x - =
What the numbers mean:

Metric tire designations: The width is expressed in milimeters. The aspect ratio is expressed as a percentage of the width and defines the distance from the outer edge of the tire to the edge of the rim. The rim size is expressed in inches.

Standard tire designations: These are straightforward diameter, width and rim size expressed in inches.

Two dimension designations: If your tire size is similar to this: "13.00-18", you'll need to look it up in our tire charts. This designation only provides two dimensions (width and rim size) and therefore does not provide enough information for the calculator.