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3 Things To Consider When Buying Tires
1. Tire Options
2. Wheel Compatibility
1. You’ve got lots of Tire Options
You may be confused as to the best type of tire for your vehicle; All-Season, Touring, Performance, All-Terrain, Winter or perhaps your interests are in track and competition tires. Whatever your need, your OK Tire expert can help.
2. How about the right wheels?
The right wheels are just as important as the tires mounted on your vehicle. Speed, braking, fuel economy as well as how they look on your car must be considered. Usually made from chrome, aluminum or an alloy, wheels can be a significant investment. Your OK Tire expert can help you decide on what is best for you and your vehicle.
3. Installation of your tires
New tires should be purchased in sets of 4, or at least in matching groups of two on each axle. For your safety and driving comfort, professionally installed and balanced tires will not only give you peace of mind, but improved fuel economy and extended tire wear. Your OK Tire expert can install and balance your new tires. Book an appointment now!
|Load Index||108||Load Range||XL|
|Primary Sidewall Name||Black Sidewall||Rear Aspect Ratio||45|
|Rear Tire Size||275/45R20||Rear Tire Width||275|
|Rear Wheel Diameter||20||Run Flat||No|
|Tire Size||265/45R20||Tire Width||265|
|Uniform Tire Quality Grading (UTQG)||360 A A||Wheel Diameter||20|
|Wheel Max Width||10||Wheel Min Width||8.5|