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Tyres Hi, im just wondering in an atv tyre size of 20x10x10 , which is the height and width? Also, my tyre size is 20x10x10 and i want to buy new ones but all they have is 20x11x10 or 19x10x10.. which are better suitable?

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The tite is 20 inches high by 10 inches wide on a 10 inch rim. Either will work as long as you have the clearance for the 11 inch wide one

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