- Tires GAZ 24 Volga
- Tires GAZ 3102 Volga
- Tires GAZ 3110 Volga
- Tires GAZ 31105 Volga
- Tires GAZ Siber
- Tires GAZ Gazel
- Tires GAZ Sobol
- Tires GAZ Volga
- Tires GAZ 66
- Tires GAZ 52
- Tires GAZ 53
- Tires GAZ 2752
- Tires GAZ 2705
- Tires GAZ 2410
- Tires GAZ 2217
- Tires GAZ Volga Siber
- Tires GAZ 3309
- Tires GAZ 3302
- Tires GAZ 3307
- Tires GAZ Maxus
- Tires GAZ Gazelle
- Tires GAZ 2310
- Tires GAZ 3221
|Limit parameters for all models:|
In general, the standard European tire marking is a record in the form 175/65R15, where:
The American tire marking is similar to the European , but the size is preceded by P (for a motor (passenger) car) or LT (for a light truck).
If the height of rubber is 55% or less than its width, then the tire is considered low profile.
Important: the higher the proportionality of the tire (the ratio of the height of the profile to the width), the higher the tire, and vice versa: the lower the proportionality of the tire, the lower the tire.
|General view |
Possible tire sizes for GAZ of different years of manufacture and modifications
Possible disk sizes for GAZ of different years of manufacture and modifications
Possible wheel sizes for GAZ of different years of manufacture and modifications
|from 57.1 to 163||6|
Tire size in format:
1. Width of work face.
2. Percentage of profile height from width.
3. R is type of construction (radial) - inner diameter (in inches).
|B (mm) |
1. Nominal tire width (excluding protective belt).
2. Maximum width during operation.
|D (mm) |
1. Nominal size of outer diameter (2xR) of the tire.
2. Maximum size during operation.
|L (mm) |
Tire circumference in (mm)
|H (mm) |
Tire profile (height) for models of different years of manufacture.
Wheel revolutions per (km) under standard conditions