155R13 tire size conversion to inches with detailed visualization of tire height, width, diameter, rim size and more.
What is 155R13 in inches?
When we convert 155R13 to inches, it is equivalent to 22.8x6.1R13. Let us break down the tire size dimensions for better understanding. 6.1 inches or 155 mm stand for section width, or width of the tire tread. 22.8 inches or 578 mm represent the overall diameter of the tire, or tire height. 13 inches is the rim diameter, or the diameter of the wheel the tire can be mounted on.
551 per km
885 per mile
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What is 155R13 tire width?
155R13 tire has a width of 6.1 inches or 155 mm that reflects the measurement of tire's width from its inner sidewall to its outer sidewall at the widest point (excluding decorations, protective ribs or raised letters). Tire width is also called tread width, section width or cross section width. Tire width should be measured without any load placed upon the tire after it has been properly inflated and mounted on its industry assigned measuring rim.
What is 155R13 tire height?
155R13 tire has an overall diameter of 22.8 inches or 578 mm that represents the outer diameter of the tire or tire height.
What is 155R13 tire sidewall height?
155R13 tire has a sidewall height of 4.9 inches or 124 mm which is the measurement of tire sidewall from the wheel rim to the top of tire tread. Tire sidewall height or "profile" depends on aspect ratio - lower aspect ratio means lower tire profile.
What is 155R13 rim diameter?
Rim or wheel diameter is generally measured in inches, representing the size of the wheel the tire can be mounted on. 155R13 tire can be mounted on 13 inch wheels.
What is 155R13 tire circumference?
155R13 tire has a circumference of 71.6 inches or 1815 mm that represents the outer perimeter of the tire.
How many revolutions 155R13 tire makes?
Tire revolutions indicate the number of times a tire revolves while it covers the distance of a mile or a kilometer. 155R13 tire completes 885 revolutions per mile or 551 revolutions per kilometer.