Best 215/75 R16 Tires. Rims & Conversion Info

215/75 R16 in inches What rims fit 215/75 R16 tires What is 215/75 R16?

Best 215/75 R16 Truck/SUV All-Season Tires

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Kumho Road Venture APT KL51
Overall: 80.1%
Dry: 83%
Wet: 81%
Snow: 70%
Comfort: 89%
Wear: 83%
Buy again: 89%
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Michelin Latitude Tour
Overall: 79.9%
Dry: 79.7%
Wet: 78%
Comfort: 80%
Wear: 78%
Buy again: 84%
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Continental 4x4 Contact
Overall: 43.9%
Dry: 68.2%
Wet: 68%
Snow: 55.5%
Comfort: 70%
Wear: 42%
Buy again: 50%
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Best 215/75 R16 Truck/SUV All-Season Tires

215/75 R16 in inches

215/75 R16 tires' overall diameter is 28.7 inches, tire width is 8.5 inches, the tire can be mounted on 16 inches wheel and the circumference is 90.2". With that parameters, we can calculate that it will take approximately 702.4 revolutions per mile.

So the closest metric tire size of 215/75R16 existing size in inches is 31x10.50R16, which is 8.01% taller and 23.53% wider.

You can use our handy tire size calculator to compare 215/75 R16 vs 31x10.50R16.

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What rims fit 215/75 R16 tires?

For each tire size there often there are several wheel sizes. You can't put too wide tires on narrow rims or vice versa. Here is what size of the wheels your vehicle needs for 215/75 R16 tires:

Rim diameter x rim width

215/75 R16 – what does it mean?

Parameter Meaning
215 The first number shows that the tire has a section width of 215 mm or approximately 8.5 inches.
75 The second number is the aspect ratio or sidewall height. In this case, it is 75%. It shows the height of the tire from the ground to the rim edge or the height of the tire's cross-section which is 75% of the width or ~ 162mm
R16 The letter R means this tire is radial. Most of all tires nowadays are radial. The number is the tire diameter in inches. It means that the tire will fit 16-inch wheels

If you want to know more about how to decipher information inscribed on your tires, including aspects such as the tire height, tire width, and the diameter of the wheel, this guide provides an in-depth look at how to read a tire sidewall. These measurements can reveal a wealth of information about your tire's specifications and suitability for your vehicle. Mastering these details will allow you to make informed decisions when buying or replacing your tires.