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Old 02-17-2009, 10:00 PM   #1
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What size does that equate to on this side of the pond?

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You can figure it out from here.
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Where's it from?

Edit - nm, I'm an idiot.

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Just about exactly the same dimensions as a 225/45/16

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RS2 Z211     225/45ZR16 Measuring Rim 7.5 Rim Width Range 7.0-8.0 OD 23.9" SW 8.9" TW 8.0" TD 8.5" Revs/Mile 869.0
Ventus S200  210/610R16                   Rim Width Range 7.5-9.0 OD 23.9" SW 8.9" TW 8.3"         Revs/Mile 869.0
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Just about exactly the same dimensions as a 225/45/16

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RS2 Z211     225/45ZR16 Measuring Rim 7.5 Rim Width Range 7.0-8.0 OD 23.9" SW 8.9" TW 8.0" TD 8.5" Revs/Mile 869.0
Ventus S200  210/610R16                   Rim Width Range 7.5-9.0 OD 23.9" SW 8.9" TW 8.3"         Revs/Mile 869.0
Where can I buy exactly that tire size for my car and which brand would you recommend?

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when are normal tires going to come in dimensions that aren't stupid as ****?
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when are normal tires going to come in dimensions that aren't stupid as ****?
Your an engineer and call those dimensions stupid as ****. What the hell am I supposed to do when I see those numbers when I am stupid myself.
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This is a really cool tire sizing tool. You can enter your rim width, diameter, offset and compare various tire sizes and see the differences side by side. I was using this when I needed to get tires for my wifes Mini.

Wheel / tire size calculator / comparer - RIMS-N-TIRES
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This is a really cool tire sizing tool. You can enter your rim width, diameter, offset and compare various tire sizes and see the differences side by side. I was using this when I needed to get tires for my wifes Mini.

Wheel / tire size calculator / comparer - RIMS-N-TIRES

I was looking for this! I used to have this bookmarked but lost it when my cpu here crashed.

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when are normal tires going to come in dimensions that aren't stupid as ****?
when they are cheap Hankook Race tread.... Z200 and Z211
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Your an engineer and call those dimensions stupid as ****. What the hell am I supposed to do when I see those numbers when I am stupid myself.
they're in millimeters. go get a ruler.

my criticism of the current US system is that we use millimeters, inches, and PERCENT. what the hell. I dont want to do math. I want to get tires that are:

8" wide x 23" diam x 15" rim.
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