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Golf Cart Tires

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Tire Size Guide: 17" to 25"

From leisurely rides on the golf course to navigating through tougher terrain, the size of your golf cart tires matters. While tire sizes range from 17" to 25", we offer a selection that fits most needs, specifically 18" to 23".

Golf Cart Tires

Tire Size Compatibility Use Cases
17" Usually no lift kit needed Great for everyday driving on flat surfaces, giving a classic golf cart look
18"-19" No lift kit for most Smooth rides on even ground; no extra parts necessary
20"-21" Can require a lift kit Handles small bumps well, good for paths that are a little rough
22"-23" Often needs a lift kit For the adventurous; take on more challenging, uneven ground with confidence
24"-25" Lift kit is a must Custom carts that go beyond the norm, ready for the toughest areas

Tire Size Calculator

Finding the perfect fit for your golf cart tires has never been easier! Our Golf Cart Tire Size Calculator helps you choose the right size for your cart, ensuring a smooth and safe ride whether you're on the street or the turf.

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Lift Kit Recommendations Guide:

Golf Cart Model18" Tires18.8" Tires20" Tires20.5" Tires22" Tires23" Tires
Club Car DS No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 6" Lift
Club Car Precedent No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 6" Lift
Club Car Onward No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 6" Lift
Club Car Tempo No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 6" Lift
EZGO Marathon No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 5" Lift
EZGO TXT Pre-2001.5 No Lift No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift
EZGO TXT 2001.5+ No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift
EZGO RXV No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift
Evolution Non-Lifted No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift Needs Mods
Evolution Lifted No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift
Icon Golf Carts (i20,i40,etc.) No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift Min 6" Lift
StarEV Non-Lifted No Lift No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 4" Lift
StarEV Lifted No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift
Yamaha (G1-G22) No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 3" Lift Min 5" Lift Min 6" Lift
Yamaha G29/Drive2 No Lift No Lift No Lift No Lift Min 3" Lift Min 5" Lift
Tire Size 18" Tires 18.8" Tires 20" Tires 20.5" Tires 22" Tires 23" Tires
Common 10" Wheel
Tire Sizes
205/50-10
18x8-10
18x8.5-10
18x9-10
18x9.5-10
205/55-10 20x8-10
20x10-10
205/65-10 22x9.5-10
22x10-10
22x10.5-10
22x11-10
23/10-10
Common 12" Wheel
Tire Sizes
205/35-12
215/35-12
215/40-12 20x10-12 215/50-12 22x10-12
22x10.5-12
22x11-12
23x10-12
23x10.5-12
Common 14" Wheel
Tire Sizes
  205/30-14 205/40-14
215/35-14
225/30-14
20x8-14
20x8.5-14
225/40-14 22x10-14 23x10-14
23x10.5-14
Common 15" Wheel
Tire Sizes
        205/35-15
215/40-15
23x10-15
Disclaimer: This chart assumes that the golf cart has relatively new suspension parts. If your golf cart has older, worn-out suspension, it might affect the clearance and cause tires to rub against the cart body. It's a good idea to check your cart's suspension for the best fit.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What's the difference between radial and steel-belted tires for golf carts?
A: Radial tires offer flexibility and comfort by allowing the sidewall and the tread to function as two independent features, enhancing overall performance. Steel-belted tires, reinforced with steel, offer increased durability and a smoother ride, making them ideal for higher speeds and longer distances.

Q: Can I use the same tires for all terrains on my golf cart?
A: While all-terrain tires provide versatility across different surfaces, choosing tires specific to your primary use case (street, turf, or off-road) ensures optimal performance and longevity. For varied conditions, all-terrain tires are a good compromise.

Q: How do tire ply ratings affect golf cart performance?
A: The ply rating indicates the tire's strength and capacity for load and inflation pressure. Higher ply ratings generally mean the tire can handle more weight and rougher terrain, improving durability and safety for heavy-duty or off-road use.

Q: What maintenance do golf cart tires require?
Regularly check tire pressure, tread depth, and inspect for signs of wear or damage. Keeping tires properly inflated and aligned extends their life and ensures safe, efficient operation.

Q: How can I improve the ride comfort of my golf cart?
Choosing the right tire type for your needs is key. Radial tires, for example, offer a smoother ride on hard surfaces. Also, regular maintenance, including checking tire pressure and alignment, enhances comfort.

Q: Are larger tires better for my golf cart?
Larger tires can improve ground clearance and may enhance off-road capability. However, they might require modifications, such as a lift kit, to fit properly and avoid rubbing against the golf cart's body or frame.

Q: Do I need special tires for golf cart racing?
For racing or high-speed applications, consider high-performance tires designed for enhanced grip, speed, and durability. Ensure they're compatible with your golf cart's specifications and intended use.