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Odd question, but... Can anybody tell me the outside diameter of the 225/75R16 tires on the LE2? Trying to determine if our existing tire covers currently on our fifth wheel will fit the new Ollie.

Stephanie and Dudley from CT.  2022 LE2, Hull #1150: Eggcelsior.

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This may help. I purchased these and they fit our 2020 Ollie perfectly. You will have the same Cooper tires unless Oliver changes out the vendor. As long as your 5th wheel tires are 29-30” diameter you should be good to go. These have lasted well so far through two mild winters. Just a little faded from weather.

 

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2 hours ago, Steph and Dud B said:

Odd question, but... Can anybody tell me the outside diameter of the 225/75R16 tires on the LE2? Trying to determine if our existing tire covers currently on our fifth wheel will fit the new Ollie.

225*.75*2/25.4+16=

29.28....

 

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That formula may work as a rough estimate, but different tire brands and tire models will vary a little, sometimes more than a little, as does the tread depth. It is best to refer to the actual tire charts, Tire Rack is a good source. What tires are currently being used? 

As an example, these (VERY nice) AT3 4S tires are 29.1”.

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I have these on my Land Cruiser and really like them, I will mount a set on the Ollie eventually….

John Davies

Spokane WA

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A rough estimate is certainly good enough for trailer tire covers.  In fact - most of these covers do not state a specific tire size, but, cover a range of a few inches.

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On 5/24/2022 at 3:02 PM, John E Davies said:

That formula may work as a rough estimate, but different tire brands and tire models will vary a little, sometimes more than a little, as does the tread depth. It is best to refer to the actual tire charts, Tire Rack is a good source. What tires are currently being used? 

As an example, these (VERY nice) AT3 4S tires are 29.1”.

27289F23-7932-4D0C-BAE1-CFBFD412D8C8.thumb.jpeg.62bec3aa6c8f74665ab867b541f9a1a9.jpeg

I have these on my Land Cruiser and really like them, I will mount a set on the Ollie eventually….

John Davies

Spokane WA

Got 5 of these guys being sent to me. I ordered them today and they are all ready being shipped.

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