Tire Size Calculator

Convert tire size to inches

Find out sizes in inches for a passenger car, truck, spare, or any other type of tire.


Popular sizes:
LT285/70R17, 285/70R17, P285/70R17, P265/70R17, 265/70R17

Overall diameter (height) 32.8″ 833 mm
Tread width 11.2″ 285 mm
Wheel diameter 17″ 833 mm
Sidewall height 7.9″ 200 mm
Circumference 103″ 2616 mm
Revolutions 615 / ml 382 / km
LT285/70R17 tire size in inches
LT285/70R17 tire size

How to use tire calculator?

Our free online calculator helps you easily convert tire height, width, diameter, circumference in inches, and revolutions per mile for any tire. To get started, you need to know your tire code. Usually, the tire code is molded in the sidewall of the tire. Learn how to find and read your tire code here.

Once you know your tire code, do the following:

  1. select optional tire type: none, LT, P, ST, or T
  2. choose the tire width (in mm)
  3. choose the aspect ratio value
  4. pick construction type: R (radial) is the most popular one
  5. and finally, choose your wheel diameter (in inches)
  6. click on the refresh button to see all tire sizes in inches

Below the calculator, you will find a conversion table, and on the right — a tire conversion chart.

How do you calculate tire sizes?

We use an inch to mm conversion formula and other basic mathematical formulas in our calculator. Let's break them down based on this tire size example:

LT285 70R17 tire code
LT285/70R17 tire size chart


The first digits (285) in the code are the tire width in millimeters. To convert mm to inches, simply divide the number by 25.4:

285 mm ÷ 25.4 = 11.2″

Sidewall height

The next digits after the "/" sign are the aspect ratio (70). It shows the proportion of a tire width to the sidewall. We know the tire width in inches and the ratio, so we can calculate the sidewall height this way:

(11.2″ × 70) ÷ 100 = 7.9″

Overall height or tire diameter

This is the easiest part. The tire height is a sum of a wheel diameter and the two times of a sidewall height. The wheel diameter is the last digits in the tire code after the "R" letter, and it's already in inches: 17.

17″ + 7.9″ × 2 = 32.8″


Time to remember your elementary school! Circumference is calculated as π × diameter:

3.14 × 32.8″ = 103″

Revolutions per mile

There are 63,360 inches in a mile, so to get a revolutions number, divide this number by the circumference:

63360 ÷ 103 = 615