bing tracking image
Q & A Icon

Modern Size for a Trailer Size 7.00-10

Question:

I have a trailer from the 1950s with tire size 7.00-10 it is a 10dia rim - 6wide The overall dia. of the tire is 23-3/4 What would the new size be? Thanks

0

Expert Reply:

A 7.00-10 is an old tire size. It designates a 7 inch wide tire on a 10 inch diameter wheel. The overall height of the 7.00-10 tire would be around 21.2 inches.

The modern equivalent would be a 205/65-10. I have incldued a link to the tires we carry in this size. All of the tires in this size fit a 6 inch wide wheel. Wheel width is measured with the tire off of the wheel and is the inside width, not outside to outside.

I have also included links to several helpful articles on tires for you.

expert reply by:
0
Jameson C

Product Page this Question was Asked From


Q & A Icon

Similar Expert Q&A Pages

See More Q&A Expert Answers >>