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See how the 265/50r20 tire size compares to the 285/50r20
Making a decision before buying the right tire size? Or maybe you want new aftermarket tires?
The comparison charts above represent detailed calculations of the difference in size between 265/50r20 and 285/50r20 tires.
The resulting calculations of tire diameter and width, sidewall height, circumference and rim diameter are provided in the form of comparison table and visual graphics to better convey the difference between 265/50r20 and 285/50r20 tire sizes.
On top of that, given the fact that 265/50r20 is the original equipment tire size, you may also emulate the difference between your actual speed and speedometer readings after installing the 285/50r20 tires. Chances are high that you will want to calibrate your speedometer!