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When selecting new tires, make sure they meet the requirements of your UTV and its expected usage. Always refer to the owner’s manual and tire manufacturer’s website for recommended tire size, construction, performance and suggested air pressure.
UTV tires are commonly measured by Height x Width x Inner Wheel Diameter (HxWxID) in inches.
To determine the diameter of a wheel: Measure the width of the bead area of the wheel (not the outer rim). In the diagram above, the diameter measures 12 inches.
To determine the offset and width of a wheel: Measure from the center weld to the center of the tire bead area on both sides of the wheel. The outer measurement will be the one with the valve stem. The offset of a wheel is stated by reading the measurement of the inside first, then the measurement of the outside (valve stem side). For example: In the diagram above, the offset is 5+2; meaning the inside half of the wheel measured 5 inches, and the outside (valve stem side) measured 2 inches. Add these 2 numbers together to find the total width of the rim (7 inches).
Note: If the rim has a tire on it, usually the tire will have the rim diameter imprinted on it (8", 9", 10"...). You can also measure the rim from inside using the diagram above and getting the measurements as close as possible.
The charts and info on this page do not imply interchangeability. Consult your machine’s manual to determine correct replacements, clearances, compatibility and stability, load-bearing capacity, speed rating, radial vs. non-radial recommendations, pattern and tread compound requirements, inflation recommendations and front-to-rear tire matching. WRONG SELECTION CAN RESULT IN TIRE FAILURE OR LOSS OF CONTROL WITH SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH