Download Tire Calculator FREE apk 2.4 free for Android smartphone
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Ideal tool to calculate replacement tyre (tire) size. Compares Stock Tyre / tire diameter, circumference, sidewall height, rim, and width, with that of new tyre (tire) and displays the result in mm, inches, percentage, kmph and mph.
To maintain accurate reading of speedometer and proper function of vehicle, one must always use tyres (tires) that have overall circumference within 3% that of factory fitted tyres (tires). If you are currently in the market for new tyres (tires), this is a must have calculator. It is very important to know what tyre (tire) size, or range of tyre (tire) sizes are suitable for your vehicle.
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Khapa Shapa Inc. part of our Tools and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update Aug. 16, 2014. Google play rating is 84.5838. Current verison is 2.4. Actual size 1.4 MB.
Tire illustrator STILL not working! I use this all the time at work. Comes in very handy when a customer tries arguing lol. Fix the illustrator. Calculations for dimensions are wrong. Tired of waiting for fixes.
Not bad. I was confused at first but it was just my font size causing alignment problems.
Love this app. I know exactly how my tires work now
Tyre illustration figure not working Very simple to use. Useful too. Use it like everyday.
Great for car tires but... There are very few motorcycle tire sizes. I do think the drop downs are nice instead of manual input. And illustration at the bottom doesn't work. That would help a lot of it did especially for those who work in the industry with end customers.
TLE Walmart I use this app and it's very helpful.
Perfect for car lover Been using it since day one of my car ownership, always the best and most easiest app for calculating tyre size
it gives sizes in millimeters, I shouldn't need to have to convert to inches
Needs more sizes. There are some sizes missing. My 405/25zr24 for one. I'm guessing the wider big diameter sizes are probably missing as well. The app is great otherwise. Very helpful for the normal sized tires/wheels
I sell tires for a living and this app helps quite a bit
App issues The tire diagram does not work
Tyre graphic does not update
Exactly what I was looking for Awesome!
Terrible App does not work correctly. Shows incorrect numbers.
Very good app
Nice Easy to use with the right info
Font issue I admit I am using a custom font but C-Fence has been split into 2 line causing the data to the right to be offset, not sure if there's something with the formatting you can adjust that be great, otherwise perfect app
Works! It's all I need :-)
Graphics Font alignment is off and no tire sideview comparison... uninstallling.
No inches. Only shows % difference. Needs to show inches in addition to mm.
Great app... This app is awesome when it comes to determining what size tire will fit with bigger wheels
Works as intended I'm amazed that the developer went through the trouble of compiling a database of tire dimensions even in the free version. A "must have" app for those about to change their rims to a bigger size or for future references.
Awesome app Needed to change the shoes for my ride and this app is really handy as I can check whenevr and wherever if the shoes I'm buying are the right ones. It would be awesome if you can add help featuring the diagram of the tyre mentioning what each measurement means.
Not really helpful Not a bad app, just not very useful. I expected to able to convert from metric to standard, or at least do a size compare, but standard is not shown.
Does not work well on tablet Only partially loads on ASUS TF300T. No images. Please fix.
Metric and imperial People giving negs for no reason. Has both metric and imperial. Heres a clue... You have a touch phone... Or maybe you should just stop playing with it.
Very helpful and works exactly a described. Calculates the difference between tyre sizes. Metric, imperial and percentage. Helpful for choosing larger rim/tyre combos if your local laws are strict on wheel size changes ;-)
Does what it should. Was perfect when I was in the market for upgrading tires.
Fab!! Really handy n useful to use for guys who hav dat craze for bigger n nastier tyres.....thumbs up!!
Left column Left column too compressed. Dunno wth is what. Needs to be instantly readable.
Something wrong with my install, doesn't show the difference by illustration like it does on a friends phone or in play store. would be nice to have an app for my iPad. Overall I liked the app when it I use it on another phone. Something wrong with my install, doesn't show the difference by illustration like it does on a friends phone or in play store. would be nice to have an app for my iPad. Overall I liked the app when it I use it on another phone.
Needs Attention How about 35 inch and more.... 4x4 tire sizes!
Decent basic but needs more sizes Does not account for x.5" rims or flotation sizes. Ex convert/compare 245x75x16.5 and 33x12.5x16.5 . Otherwise its very nice and lightweight.
Good Simple and useful
Great application, the only thing that missed is rim width vs tyre width ex J8,5 vs 255. Thanks
I need inches, not millimeters
My one and only tire size app I have had this for years on many phones and devices and never had any problem whatsoever
Mike the mec Best ever. I have had it on 3 phones. Often refer to it to show customers.
Love it I use this app almost every single day because I sell used tires. If a person wants a different size than what they have, this will show them the difference in size and the difference in your speedometer. I loved it so much I updated to the pro
Awesome App..helps a lot in my tire business
Only metric sizes. Worthless if I still have to convert
Mint app. Very useful
Pics show inches option yet only mm shown.
Yes it's amazing Use this thing all the time just wish it did metric to standard....plz
It's ok Switched to "Tyre Size Calculator"
The graphic doesn't change...
I guess so The images that are supposed to represent the tire are wrong but I think the calculations are correct