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"...height or speed rating. So, have a look at the adjacent photo and read the following explanations: 1. the group of three digits (295 for us) represents the width of the tire in millimeters. 2. the next two numbers (40) represent the sidewall height and is usually expressed as a percentage (of the width); in our case, it measures 118 mm. 3. the ZR group, which usually appears on high speed tires, has two meanings: the Z letter means the tire allows the car to run with more than 149 mph..." Continue Reading →
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