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For sale: the ultimate tire size resource

Posted on April 24, 2014

There are still plenty of copies of the “2014 Tire & Rim Association Yearbook” available for purchase.

“This is our 111th yearbook," says Rudy Consolacion, executive vice president of the Tire & Rim Association (TRA). “It contains every tire size manufactured in the United States, with their load, inflation and dimension specifications.

"And it’s not just passenger, light truck, truck and bus tire sizes. It also covers industrial, off-the-road, motorcycle -- every tire for all ground vehicles."

Want to read it in book form? The cost is $119.

Want the database sent to you as a flash drive? The cost is $275.

For more information, contact the TRA by email (tra@us-tra.org) or by phone (330-666-8121), or visit the association's website at us-tra.org.

Related Topics: Rudy Consolacion, Tire & Rim Association, TRA Yearbook

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