- Polyurethane Structure
- Rubber Coated for Dry Grip
- Self-tensioning Lever
- Universal Stud Clamp
- Metal Bladed Studs
- Integrated Tools
How do you find your tire size?
On the side wall of your tire there will be three numbers followed by a slash (/) then another two numbers followed by an (R) then Lastly two numbers. You will need these numbers to find which Modula Grip System will fit your wheels.
Example – 245/45R17
If you are wondering what these numbers and letters mean:
245: The width of the tire, from sidewall to sidewall, in millimeters. A 245 is 245 millimeters, or 24.5 centimeters, wide. The tread width is actually somewhat smaller than the tire’s actual width.
45: Aspect Ratio. This is the sidewall’s height from the inside diameter to the outside diameter. It is a percentage of the width.
R: The tire’s type of construction. R stands for Radial, and all new cars and light trucks today use radials.
17: The tire’s inner diameter, which matches the outer diameter of your car’s wheels.
However if you are having trouble finding this please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will assist you in finding the right Grip System for your car.
Tire size chart with corresponding Grip System sizes:
Modula Grip System size chart PDF File- Click here