Dunlop Grandtrek TG28 275/70 R16

Grandtrek TG28

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Grandtrek TG28 275/70 R16 is Recommended for Following Cars

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Grandtrek TG28 275/70 R16 Specifications

Tyre Size 275/70 R16
Rim Size 16 Inches
Tyre Width 275 mm
Tyre Aspect Ratio (Height) 70 %
Tread Pattern Name Grandtrek TG28
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Availble Sizes in Grandtrek TG28

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Vehicles with 275/70 R16 Tyre Size

If you want to enhance the look and road grip of your car, Dunlop Grandtrek TG28 275/70 R16 is a recommended UPSIZE tyre for Toyota Land Cruiser 2002, Toyota Prado 1996 - 2002, Toyota Surf.

What does 275/70 R16 mean?

275/70 R16 is the tyre size.

275 is the maximum width of the tyre in milimetres(mm). When the vehicle is fully loaded its width can expand maximum upto 275 milimetres(mm).

70 is the ratio among width and height of the tyre from its rim. it means that the height of the tyre is precisely 70% of the 275mm. Lower ratio improves road grip, but it reduces comfort to some extent.

R – refers to the method the tyre is produced. The letter “R” is found on all modern car tyres. It indicates the radial structure of tyre cosntructed with steel wires.

16 represents the diameter of the rim. It is a measurement in inches(“). This number should be rememberd as it is the measurement of the rims. It has to match exactly to what is mentioned in the car manual.

This particular tyre is with the size of 275/70 R16.


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