Mower tires with the two-number system identify the tire’s width and diameter. In the three-number system, the first number before the X is the tire’s diameter when inflated and not loaded, the middle number is the tire’s width and the final number is the rim width.

## What does NHS mean on a lawn mower tire?

The (8) indicates the rim diameter that the tire is going to be mounted to, meaning this is an 8-inch wheel. All measurements are in inches. You may notice the letters “NHS” after the tire size. This means Non-Highway Service or in other words it is not designed to withstand highway speeds.

## What does 4.80 8 mean on a tire?

The numbers 4.80/4.00-8 read like this: 4.80″ is the tire width, 4.00″ is the tire section height (from the inside of the donut hole to the outside) and the 8″ is the wheel diameter. Finally, the numbers 4.80-8 read like this: 4.80″ is the tire width and “8 is the wheel diameter.

## Can I put bigger tires on my lawn mower?

Wheel Size

Larger tires are going to be both taller and wider to accommodate more weight. … If you have a riding mower, you have to make sure that the new tires will fit the wheel’s clearance well. If not, you won’t be able to install them. While it might be possible to remove the well, it’s not recommended.

## What do the 3 numbers mean on tire size?

B: TIRE WIDTH The three-digit number following the letter is the tire’s width (from side to side, looking at the tire head on) in millimeters. … It’s the height of the sidewall measured from wheel rim to top of the tread, expressed as a percentage of tire width. In other words, it’s sidewall height divided by tire width.

## What does tire size 22×11 10 mean?

22×11-10. The ATV tires within this category are all available in the selected size; 22×11-10. The numbers 22-11-10 represent the dimensions of the tire. The first number is the height, the second number is the width & the third number is the diameter of rim that it will fit on.

## What is LRB tire?

Most current trailer tires manufactured only have 1-3 actual body plies (even those that are 10, 12 or 14 ply rated). Load ranges are equivalent to previous plies and are thus called “ply rated.” For example, a Load Range B (LRB) trailer tire is 4-ply rated, rather than 4 -ply; LRC is 6-ply rated, and so on.

## How wide is a 480 tire?

Tire size conversion chart | |
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Inch size | Metric conversion (mm) |

31.5 | 800 |

35.4 | 900 |

Formula for metric to English conversion: divide the metric number (in mm) by 25.4 to get inches | Example: 480-mm section width / 25.4 = 18.89-in. section width tire |

## What size is a 4.00 6 tire?

4.00-6″ LP Flat Free Tire

Tire Type | Flat Free |
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Tire Size | 4.00-6″ LP |

Tire Diameter | 12.4″ |

Tire Width | 3.3″ |

Rim Diameter | 8″ |

## What size is a standard wheelbarrow tire?

The tire is 14.5″ in diameter and can be used as a replacement for 13″, 15″ or 16″ diameter tires.

## Why do push mowers have big back wheels?

High rear wheels.

They’re touted as easier to push over uneven ground. … Manufacturers of high-wheeled mowers situate the engine (or motor, for electric models) more forward to accommodate the greater diameter of the rear wheels. This makes the mower noticeably heavier to tip back for turning, which you do frequently.

## Can I put bigger tires on my zero turn?

Yes. Smoother ride, less rutting with a wider tire, better traction, etc… it will throw off your deck pitch BIG TIME if you are trying to upsize from a 20″ tire.

## Can I put ATV tires on my mower?

Platinum Member. Yes, you can run ATV tires on your tractor’s wheels. If you go with taller tires, you will need to relevel your mower deck.

## Can I use 235 tires instead of 225?

Yes…that size will work 100% perfectly, as it is the exact same diameter as the 225/75-16. 235/70-16 is actually a shorter tire.

## Can I use 215 tires instead of 205?

Nope. The nominal diameter of the 215’s is 1.7% greater than that of the 205’s. The sidewall height is a percentage of the width of the tire, so a 55 series is taller with a wider tire.

## Are wider tires better?

From a safety point of view, both types have their good sides: On a dry road, wider tires will offer more grip than narrow ones, but the risk of aquaplaning will be higher with wide tires. – In the winter, narrow tires are better under extreme conditions as they provide higher surface pressure against the road.