Golf cart tires and wheels can be a confusing product to shop for – with so many variations and styles to choose from, how do you figure out what’s right for you? Our Tire & Wheel Fitment Guide is here to make choosing tires and wheels easy.
Most tire sizes are in the following format: 25x10-14. The first number, 25, is the full diameter of the tire - how tall it is in inches from top to bottom. The second number, 10, indicates how many inches wide it is. The last number, 14, is the size of the center of the tire - in other words, what size wheel will fit the tire. Therefore, an 25x10-14 tire is 25" tall, 10" wide, and can fit a 14" wheel.
Another size format you may encounter is the automotive format, which looks like 225/30-14. In this case, the first number, 225, is the tread width in millimeters. The second number, 30, is the aspect ratio (the side-wall measurement), and the third number, 14, is the size of wheel it can fit in inches.
Offers the smoothest ride on pavement, and is a popular choice for turf applications.
Handles light off-road duty when needed, while also providing a good ride quality on pavement.
Aggressive tread blocks provide the ultimate off-road performance on muddy or rocky terrain.
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