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Old 07-25-2015, 09:38 PM   #1
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275/35/19 on performance pack rear wheels?

I've currently got the Pirelli 275/40/19 on the rear but am getting into a place where it's about time for new tires. Will the nitto invos fit on the rear even though the ratio on them is 35 instead of 40?

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The profile has nothing to do with how the fit, other than how large or small the side wall is. Your 275-35 will be significantly shorter than a 275-40. It'll fit like a champ, but you'll have more wheel gap. I would do a 285-35. It'll still be shorter than stock but not as much.


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Try this sight out it helps when trying to get tire sizes close. https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc...5r19-275-35r19


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Try this sight out it helps when trying to get tire sizes close. https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc...5r19-275-35r19


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Awesome thank you for the help!


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I've currently got the Pirelli 275/40/19 on the rear but am getting into a place where it's about time for new tires. Will the nitto invos fit on the rear even though the ratio on them is 35 instead of 40?

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You need new tires already on your 2015 model??? Wow, You ate those tires up quick. How many miles on the new car?

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It's amazing how people have no clue on tire sizes. And what the #'s represent

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You need new tires already on your 2015 model??? Wow, You ate those tires up quick. How many miles on the new car?

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I've got about 7k on it but I tracked it a couple of weeks ago so it out a little extra wear on them lol


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It's amazing how people have no clue on tire sizes. And what the #'s represent

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That's why you are here sir. 😎

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So the 35 width will fit? I though the stock tires were 40 width.


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No problem man glad I could help out.


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So the 35 width will fit? I though the stock tires were 40 width.


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35 and 40 are height (diameter or sidewall) not width, as in percentages of the width number 245, 255, 265..etc..
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35 and 40 are height (diameter or sidewall) not width, as in percentages of the width number 245, 255, 265..etc..

Oh ok...so the 35 is the diameter. So I actually have a 40 inch rim then? Thanks for explaining that one.

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You do not have a 40 inch rim. The 35 or 40 is called the aspect ratio. It means that the height of your tire (distance from the end of the rim to the top of the tire) is 35% or 40% of your tire's width.

So, for example. A tire with these specs:
275/40/19

means that it is 275 millimeters wide. The height of your tire is 40% of the width, thus your tire's height is (275*0.4) 110 millimeters. The 19 is the size of your wheels or rims, 19 inches.
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You do not have a 40 inch rim. The 35 or 40 is called the aspect ratio. It means that the height of your tire (distance from the end of the rim to the top of the tire) is 35% or 40% of your tire's width.

So, for example. A tire with these specs:
275/40/19

means that it is 275 millimeters wide. The height of your tire is 40% of the width, thus your tire's height is (275*0.4) 110 millimeters. The 19 is the size of your wheels or rims, 19 inches.

Exactly...which means bro above is wrong. He said diameter or side wall. It's side wall. Has nothing to do with diameter.


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