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What is the Height Difference Between a 175/65-14 Tire and a 185/65-14 Tire


What is the Height Difference Between a 175/65-14 Tire and a 185/65-14 Tire

Question:

how much height difference between a 175/65/14 and a 185/65/14

asked by: Gary


Expert Reply:

Well first, neither of those are common trailer tire sizes. Though they could be light truck tires which are sometimes used on trailer applications. Anyway for 175/65-14 the section width is 6.895 inches and the diameter or height is 22.96 inches.

A 185/65-14 is 7.289 inches wide and 23.47 inches tall. So it is just over half an inch taller. I have also included a link to the right to an FAQ article that explains how to determine tire diameter for you.

expert reply by: Michael H


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Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C


Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C


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Price:$85.95

Product Summary:

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Bias Ply Tire

205/75-14

Product Specs:

Load Range C

14 Inch


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