For anyone that's interested I have a small utility that I wrote that will
convert the metric tire sizes to the tread width, sidewall height and tire
It's no big deal as it's easy to calculate the sizes but it's handy if you
want to compare a few tire sizes. Here's the link to the zip file named
"Jay" <jgibson1 AT COM CAST . NOT> wrote in message
Yeah I realize that most folks with common sense won't down-load something
they aren't sure who is providing it. But a few people out here know I've
been here for awhile and that I'm almost normal ;-) .
I just like writing simple utilities for fun.
On Mon, 17 Jan 2005 03:34:56 -0500, "Jay" <jgibson1 AT COM CAST . NOT>
Here's another one that makes it really easy to compare your stock
tire to other sizes. Plus it tells you how far off your speedometer
will be as you change to different sized tires.
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