1 inch = 2.54 centimeters. For eyeballing, just use 2.5 cm to the inch. :mrgreen:
woodsman1st said:I grew up reading and understanding tire sizes, height, width and tread as 31/10.5/15; I pretty much get an instant mental image of that tire.
Now with the metric sizes it is all gobbeldygook to me, and really doesn't compute in my aged brain.
Is there a chart, or printed comparison somewhere where I could look at the old and the new side by side (kind of); kind of like stating 31/10.5/15 and the metric equivalant right beside it or in another column right beside it?
I find it hard to equate changes like the above as any kind of improvement; to take something so simple to understand, and change it into metric that most Americans dont use on a daily basis really doesn't make sense to me.