# What is the overall diameter of a 235x75x15 tire?

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28.88 inches/733.5 cm.

## If a car tire has a diameter of 3232 inches what is the approximate circumference of the tire?

Circumference will equal diameter times pi. Multiply the diameter by 3.14

## What is overall length of a car?

Overall length of vehicle is defined as outer to outer surface or edge of the vehicle from right side view or left side view of the vehicle.(

## What is the reason of the difference in the diameter of the tires of front and rear in tracter?

The larger rear tires get better traction in the mud and rough terrain. The front only needs to steer.

## What is the diameter of a average car wheel?

The most common wheel size/diameter found among stock automobiles is 16in

## What is the diameter of a tin can?

The diameter in combination with the height determines the capacity.The most standard diameters are: 60 mm, 73 mm, 99 mm, 108 mm, 153 mm, 165 mm and 180 mm.

## What is the diameter of a car wheel?

the size it tells you it is

## What is the overall length of the 2012 Toyota Highlander?

The 2012 toyota Highlander has an overall length of 188.4 inches. The widths are the same at 75.2inches but the heights are different with the base model being 68.1 inches versus 69.3 inches for the SE/Limited.15 ft. 8.4 in. (188.4 in.)

## If the tires on a car each have a diameter of 25 inches how far will will the car travel in 100 rotations of its tires?

You just have to find the circumference of the tire which would be 25in times pie (3.14), multiply your answer by 100 and there you go !

## What is diameter of 100 inch circumference?

What is the diameter of 100 inches circumference? Diameter d = circumference C divided by pi. d = 100 / 3.14159 = 31.831 inches

## What is the overall stopping distance of a car travelling at 100km an hour?

you're a tool. dependant upon inertia, stopping surface, braking potential, weight. lots of factors. a car may have ABS or not. this affects the final distance

## What is piston diameter?

A piston is a plunger, or a plug that moves inside a cube, a cylinder. The piston diameter is the diameter of this plunger/plug. It's a tiny bit smaller than the diameter of the cylinder the piston moves in.

## What is used to measure the diameter of piston of an engine?

Someone told me a micrometer?

## The tire of a car wheel has an outer diameter of 30 cm How many times will the wheel rotate on a journey of 5 km?

no. of rotations = 500000/3.142*30 = 5304.47 = 5304

## What is the standard diameter of a diesel fuel dispenser nozzle?

how pictures of the different size diesel nozels

## A can's diameter is 3 inches and its height is 8 inches What is the volume of the can?

pi x( r squared )x heightnew author: 3/2=1.5. 1.5 x 1.5 x 3.14=7.065. --&gt; 7.065 x 8 = 56.52so volume of can = 56.52in3

## Would the overall pattern of earthquakes and volcanoes change?

changes little in geological scale.

## What is the best overall truck on the market?

Ford is definitely ruling the market now. The 2011 F-150 (coming mid-Fall 2010) is a great truck. It features 4 new engines. A 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 (standard) that makes 300 horsepower and 290 pound ft of torque. Then the 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 that makes 360 horsepower and 380 pound ft of torque. Then the 3.5...

## Which valve is the largest in diameter?

The Exhaust Valve is the Larger Diameter Valve. V-

## What is the height of a tire?

Is the ratio of the height of the tire's cross-section to its width.The two-digit number after the slash mark in a tire size is the aspect ratio.For example, in a size P215/65 R15 tire, the 65 means that the height is equal to 65% of the tire's width.

## What is the outer and inner diameter of car cylinder block?

We Need more info. which engine.. Make/model/year, and which diameter Bore, main/rod journals?

## What is the cylinder diameter for Toyota 2E engine?

Cylinder diameter is the Bore.Bore is 73.0 mm (2.87401575 inches)Stroke is 77.4 mm (3.07424409 inches)

## What is the maximum allowable brake drum diameter?

The following should be noted when turning: A.When resurfacing a drum, allow at least 0.040 under the maximum diameter and on a rotor 0.040 over the minimum thickness for additional wear.For example, this usually means the drum may be turned a total of 0.080 over the brake surface diameter of a n...

## How big is a helicopter rotor's diameter?

It is different with every helicopter. For example, the Blackhawk rotor is 53 ft 8 inch in diameter.

## What is the function of a tire?

To reduce rolling friction and yet, provide friction laterally, to keep the car on the road.They have to be soft enough to even out bumps in the road and yet, inflated enough to give a good footprint for grip round corners and braking.

## How does the diameter of the wheel affect the speed of a car?

It changes the ratio between the engine rpm and the drive wheel(s) rpm.

## Is there a way to compute Torque from tire diameter and engine HP and tach RPM and road speed?

Wow, you really want to do it the hard way. Power = Torque*angular velocity at the engine P=T*omega-e angular velocity at the engine = Transmission ratio * Rear axle Ratio * angular velocity at the rear axle omega-e = R * omega-a Speed = omega-a * tire circumference S = omega-a * pi * D so omega-...

## What is the the difference between a small and big jet diameter inside the carburetor?

One is big.One is Small.

## What is the wheel bolt circle diameter on a 1970 bronco?

Most old Fords are 5 x 4.5

## How do you calculate the diameter of 6 cm?

It depends on what the 6 cm refer to! The diameter of a shape with a 6 cm diameter is ... surprise!... 6 cm.

## What is the shortest overall stopping distance on a dry road at 60 mph?

The answer cannot be calculated without further information. It would depend on your stopping power (brake system), the size/weight of the vehicle, etc.

## What car is the best car overall for its price in the world?

Rolls Royce probably makes the best cars in the world. Check Consumer Reports Magazine for reviews on other cars, that most people can afford.

## When does the size of a rim start to compromise the overall comfort of a car's ride?

In my experience,I've always been told that you should never go 2 sizes bigger than you're original rim size. If you decide to go bigger than that you have to make alot of other changes to your car, like rotor and caliper sizes for your brakes. The bigger the rim the more your ride height changes...

## How many inches is 50mm diameter?

Quick lookup: mm to inches mm150Inches0.03941.9685

## What is the age of a radial tire?

Depends on where the tire was manufactured to run. Normally you take the last four numbers (after January 1, 2000) of the D.O.T. number (on the sidewall of the tire) the first two are the week and the last two are the year the tire was made.

## What is the height of a 285 tire?

Tire size equivalent chart for 33", 35", 37" or 40" tires: 33" Tires (+/- 0.50" in overall diameter)35" Tires (+/- 0.50" in overall diameter)15"16"20"35X12.50-15315/75-16275/65-20285/65-2025 more rows

## What is the height and width of a 7.75x14 tire?

wheel size 7.75 inches wide and 14 inches in diameter.Also see link.

## What is the tire pressure of a lawnmower?

42" Cut Riding Mowers call for around 12 to 14 psi.

## What is the maximum age of a tire?

The British Rubber Manufacturers Association (BRMA) recommended practice, issued June 2001, states, "BRMA members strongly recommend that unused tyres should not be put into service if they are over six years old and that all tyres should be replaced ten years from the date of their manufacture."

## What is the center of a tire called?

The center of a tire is called the rim, its what holds the air inside and the car standing ;D

## What is the circumference of a car tire?

Check the sidewall markings. For example, it might say: "205/55 R16 91H" For circumference, you need the first three numbers. (The last number is the weight rating, the last letter is the speed rating. The "R" means radial, which all modern tires are.)205 is the width in mm55 is the ratio of the ...

## What is the traction point of a tire when mounting?

bead with the traction point slightly behind the TPMS.The area where the tire bead crosses the rim flange is referred to as the traction point.

## What is the inside of a tire called?

The area of a tire from the bead to the tread—the side of the tire—is called the sidewall.This information includes the tire size, load index, and speed rating.

## What is the diameter required for the car to turn around?

It differs from car to car.........every car has a different turning diameter..

## What is the shelf life of a brand new tire?

6 years is the current industry standard for the shelf life of a tire

## What is the average size of a semi truck tire?

Usually, it'll be XXX/75R22.5 or XXX/80R22.5, with "XXX" being 275, 285, or 295. On a 22.5 inch wheel with a 75 aspect ratio, it'll have a diameter of 39.33 inches. With an 80 aspect ratio, it'll have a diameter of 40.45 inches. A 24.5 inch wheel and tire will have a diameter of 41.33 inches with...

## What is the best brand of tire for a SUV?

Well, for asphalt road use, I'd recommend a tire with a good road wear rating. That is, a number between 100 and 500 showing relative wear rating, the higher being the better. Then,check traction rating, which is a letter from A to F, A being best. A good brand for this would be Michelins, good l...

## What is the metal part of a tire called?

The rim is the "outer edge of a wheel, holding the tire".It makes up the outer circular design of the wheel on which the inside edge of the tire is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles.

## What is a fuel efficient car with good lumbar support and overall comfort?

VW Golf has great seats with good lumbar support.

## What is the purpose of bigger tires?

Larger tires increase traction, reduce drivablity and increase noise inside the car.Mostly they look neat

## What is the best brand of tires?

There are several brands of tires that are top quality. Good Year, Michelin and Cooper are three that are comparable. The best would depend of the type of vehicle and weather conditions that the person purchasing will encounter.

## Which container will hold more A can that has a diameter of 4 inches and a height of 4.5 inches or a can that has a diameter of 3 inches and a height of 8 inches?

Their volumes are equal.

## What is the weight of car tires?

There is no correct answer to your questionI have picked up car tires weighing less than 6 pounds and more than 30 pounds.

## What is the uses of F1 tires?

Formula One tyre for dry surfaces is a colossus of 660 mm in external diameter and 350 mm wide, containing fourlongitudinal grooves of at least 2.5 mm imposed by the Depth Regulations. These grooves are symmetrically placed from the centre of the tyre tread and spaced 50 mm apart. Far from being ...

## What is the tire size of flight?

The sizes vary according to the type of aircraft. see the related link below for more information.

## What brand of tires is the best?

Depends on what is your purpose for the tire use racing driving daily snow off roadI know for the snow i dont trust anyone but michelin tires Xice series are the best studded and none studded all season tires i have ever drove on for my carsFor racing i choose yokahama they have most advanced thr...

## What is a tire made up of?

The materials of modern pneumatic tires are synthetic rubber, natural rubber, fabric and wire, along with carbon black and other chemical compounds.They consist of a tread and a body.The tread provides traction while the body provides containment for a quantity of compressed air.

## What is a rubber tire made of?

The materials of modern pneumatic tires are synthetic rubber, natural rubber, fabric and wire, along with carbon black and other chemical compounds.They consist of a tread and a body.The tread provides traction while the body provides containment for a quantity of compressed air.

## Which measuring tool would be used to determine the diameter of a crankshaft journal?

A micrometer is used to check the diameter of a crankshaft journal as well as the taper and out-of-round.A camshaft bearing and lobe can be measured using a micrometer.A telescopic gauge is used with a micrometer to measure the inside of a hole or bore, such as the big end of a connecting rod or ...

## How have gas prices affected the overall economy?

Of course, the price of things rise when gas goes up- produce that is carried on trucks goes up, milk, bread, etc.All prices go up, employees get paid the same so they can buy less. Prices rise, people get paid the same, they can afford less. Only thing that seems to remain stable are entertainm...

## An automotive bolt has a designation of 12-13 unc auto technician a says the bolt is a coarse thread bolt auto technician b says the bolt has a diameter of 13millimeters which of the statements is co?

The first technician is correct, it is a coarse thread. I'm not sure there is a bolt called 12-13 so I am assuming you meant 1/2 - 13. Wich would be a bolt 1/2 inches long. The diameter of a #13 unc bolt would be ( 13 x .013in ) + .06 = .229 inches in diameter.

## Can you replace front tires only on a all time 4 wheel drive quad trac Jeep Cherokee Will a difference in diameter between front and rear tires damage the transfer case and or differential?

Can you as in are you able to? Yes if a tire shop will take the risk of doing it. Is it recommended? NO. I have personally seen this cause transfer case issues in Chrysler vehicles. The rule most will follow on this is that there can not be any more than 3/32" tread depth difference between any t...

## What is the metal part of the tire called?

The rim is the "outer edge of a wheel, holding the tire".It makes up the outer circular design of the wheel on which the inside edge of the tire is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles.

## What is the overall stopping distance for a car at 30- 12 6 23 or 41 meters?

depends on how heavy the cars is. depend on the brakes and the tire performance

## What is that specific name of the extra tire of a car?

That depends. Is it an actual "spare tire"? A tire of actual size. Or a "donut" tire? A smaller version of a spare tire. That latter is also known as a "space saver" tire.

## What is the temperature in a tire?

very mild i dont know just depends the weather

## What is the purpose of groves on car tires?

The groves are for traction, or grip on the road. Without them, cars would slip and slide a lot more.

## How much air is in the tire of a car?

It depends on the car you are driving. On the side of every tire is the Maximum pressure that the tire will safely handle. This is not the recommended PSI for your tires, only the Maximum pressure that the tires will safely hold. I stress this because so many people do not understand this. Your r...

## What gas is put in the tires of racing car?

Nitrogen, because it is an inert gas.

## What is The single greatest cause of tire damage?

Tire wear is the most common "damage". The most common cause is use, but the greatest cause of tire wear is an improperly aligned vehicle. This is known as excessive tire wear. Excessive tire wear is wear that is in excess of what would be expected for the actual miles of use. Another cause of ex...

## What is the volume of an average car tire?

The volume of a car tire is about 10L.

## What is the best brand of car tires?

In my opinion, Michelin, Bridgestone and Yokohama are the best tires on the market. Toyo and Goodyear are also decent tires, but my personal favorite all purpose tire would be Michelin. It all depends on what kind of vehicle the tires are for.

## In what country is the city of tire located?

The city Tyre is located in the East Mediterranean country, Lebanon. Tyre is located 50 miles, or 80 kilometers, south of Beirut. It's name means "rock," named after the rocky formation it was originally built upon.

## What state is the largest producer of automobile tires?

illonoishowever u spell it

## What is the minimum amount of tread on tire?

A typical automotive vehicle legal tread depth is 2/32", which isn't much.

## Is it safe to change the width of a tire?

yes and no you cant go to wide or youll have rubbing and you cant go to thin or youll lose handling i genrally go with a wider tire in the rear and a thinner tire in front

## What is inch size of a 325 metric tire?

well, if 33'' is 305, then 325 must be 35''

## What type of air is pumped into a tire?

The kind you breathe, some pump Nitrogen into their tyres.

## What is total height of a 22 inch tire?

Depends on what size tire you install on this 22 inch wheel. 22" tires come in different sizes.

## What is the purpose of dual rear tires?

One purpose of dual rear tires is to distribute very heavy loads over a larger area. Though tires can often handle the load, they will often sink in on soft ground.Another major advantage is that if one tire has a blowout (suddenly loses its air), the other tire will take the load and the driver ...

## What is the primary purpose of dual rear tires?

The main purpose for Dual rear tires is for 2 basic reasons. 1. When towing a heavy load, it lessens the chance of over stressing the rear tires (In extreme cases, the blowout of the rear tires) 2. It provides more traction in all situations (by having more rubber on the road, the torque put out ...

## What is the measurement of the compressed air in a tire?

In the US we use PSI, (Pounds Per Square Inch).

## What is the circumference of a bicycle tire with a 26 inch diamter?

Circumference = Pi x Diameter,C = 3.14 x 26 = 81.64 inches

## What are the parts of the tire?

Regardless of the tire category type, all passenger car, SUV, CUV, and light truck tires share certain basic components. Tire Parts Diagram.Beads. We'll start from the inside out! Bead Filler. Bead filler is a rubber compound inside the tire's beads. Radial Cord Body. Inner Liner. Belt Pl...

## What are the advantages of a tubeless tire?

tubeless tires are comfortable, less prone to puncture &amp; high speed tre bursts. ride comfort too is better compared to conventional tubes

## What are the two basic functions of a tire?

keep the car up and the control of the car

## Whats the tire pressure of a Honda shadow motorcycle?

The tire pressure recommendation for a Honda Shadow varies depending on the year, model, and tires that the motorcycle is equipped with. Recent models recommended that the front tires be filled to 29 psi, while the rear be filled to 29 psi, unless the load was more than 200 pounds in which case t...

## What are the signs of a bad tire?

We give you 10 signs of when you should buy tires. Your tires are bald. Your sidewalls have cracks or gouges. Your car is constantly shaking. Your tires have passed the tread wear warranty. You've been driving with a spare tire for a while. Your tread is worn down to the wear bar. Your ...

## How much does a parking garage cost overall?

Figure between \$20,000 and \$50,000 a stall depending on various factors like location, style, functions included (speed exits on the side, e.g.) and ammenities.

## What are the disadvantages of having a smooth car tire?

It doesn't get as much traction.

## What is car tire made of?

Natural rubber, steel, polyester, and nylon depending on the tire.

## What tire is made of rubber?

Most tires are made of rubber. it has good characteristics (soft, grippy, don't wear too fast, not that expensive etc) for the purpose.

## What are the effects of unaligned TIRES?

A vehicle that is incorrectly aligned will show uneven wear on the front tires. The vehicle may also have front end vibration at higher speeds and may pull to one side while driving on a straight piece of road.

## Does the width of a tire matter?

The first three-digit number in the tire size refers to the tire width.For instance, in a size P215/65 R15 tire, the width is 215 millimeters.

## What is the tire size of a 2003 Mitsubishi lancer es?

Easy... it's 185 65R14

## What is tire dressing made of?

All dressings used to be solvent-based. Solvent-based products are clear, sometimes blue tinted, and sticky. They are popular with people who want a high-gloss or wet look to the tire. Most tire dressing products on the shelf at your local auto parts store will be solvent-based. These products ar...

## What is rubber tires made of?

Because, rubber is a specific type of polymer called an elastomer: a large molecule that can be stretched to at least twice its original length and returned to its original shape. Early forms of rubber had many gluelike properties , especially in hot weather. In cold temperatures, rubber became h...

## What are the signs of bad tires?

You need new tires of the tread is wore down to the base of tire. put a nickel between the treads. head facing toward the tire. if the tread is not touching the head you really need new ones. if in the rain or snow u have trouble staying on the road. that is bad too.