### What is the height of a 175 80 13 tire?

## What is the height of a 175 80 13 tire?

175/80R13 tires have a diameter of 24.0″, a section width of 6.9″, and a wheel diameter of 13″. The circumference is 75.4″ and they have 840 revolutions per mile.

## What is the difference between R13 and D13 tires?

Yes, you can run a 175/80-R13 tire on a trailer that came with a 175/80-D13 tire. The only difference between the two is that “R” stands for radial ply and “D” stands for diagonal. This tire has a load range D (1,610 lbs per tire) with a 81 mph speed rating which is one of the highest we offer.

**What size is ST175 80D13?**

In terms of size they are very close to one another; the ST175/80R13 size measures 24.1-inches in diameter and 6.9-inches wide while the ST185/80D13 size measures 24.4-inches in diameter and 7.2-inches wide. Both tire sizes fit on the same wheel sizes, 13-inchers that are 4-1/2, 5 or 5-1/2-inches wide.

**What is the difference between ST175 80R13 and ST175 80D13?**

Expert Reply: The difference between the letter D in your ST175/80D13 and the R in the tire size of the Wheel and Tire ST175/80R13 part # AM31985 that you referenced is the tire construction. Because of the construction of a radial tire, the tire has more flex and will allow for more ground contact.

### How tall is a 175 tire?

Tire Size Calculator – Tire & Wheel Plus Sizing BETA

Unit: Imperial Imperial Metric | |
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Overall Diameter | 24.02 in |

Sidewall Height | 5.51 in |

Radius | 12.01 in |

Circumference | 75.47 in |

### How tall is a 175 70R13 tire?

175/70R13 tires have a diameter of 22.6″, a section width of 6.9″, and a wheel diameter of 13″. The circumference is 71.1″ and they have 891 revolutions per mile.

**What does the D and R mean on tires?**

Posted March 4, 2020. R indicates a radial tire — D indicates a Bias ply tire D is for diagonal. The sidewalls will flex differently.

**What does bias ply mean?**

The term “bias ply” refers to the internal construction of the tire. In a bias ply tire, the cords (plies) run at a 45-degree angle from bead to bead. This diagonal pattern is criss-crossed with each layer of ply cord, and creates a very rigid structure.

#### How wide is a 175 tire?

approximately 6.895 inches wide

A 175 tire will be approximately 6.895 inches wide but they only fit on 4-1/2 to 5-1/2 inch wide wheels.

#### What’s the difference between a 175 tire and a 185 tire?

The 185 would have a diameter of 24.65 inches while the 175 would have a diameter of 24.02 inches. The section width, or thickness of the tires differs is slightly more noticeable. The 185 would be 7.28 inches wide while the 175 is 6.89 inches wide.

**What’s the difference between D and R tires?**

The difference between the two trailer tire sizes is that the letter D in the first size you listed ST205/75D15 stands for bias ply and the letter R in the tire size that they put on your vehicle stands for radial. A radial tire will normally run cooler than a bias ply tire, especially when the tire is under a load.

**How much taller is a 75 tire than a 70?**

I think the 75 series tire is roughly 1″ taller than the 70 series…. so 1/2″ more sidewall… not a lot of difference. The 75 definately “looks” better and might even get ya better mileage as you’re not turning as fast….

What is the height of a 175 80 13 tire? 175/80R13 tires have a diameter of 24.0″, a section width of 6.9″, and a wheel diameter of 13″. The circumference is 75.4″ and they have 840 revolutions per mile. What is the difference between R13 and D13 tires? Yes, you can run a 175/80-R13 tire…