Golf Cart Tires

Discover our wide selection of top-quality tires for enhanced performance, comfort, and style!

It is common to need to replace your worn out golf cart tires. The reason for replacement may be dry rot due to age. Or, perhaps, your front alignment was off and you’ve worn your front tires down to the threads. Maybe it’s as simple as a set of tires that you’ve got your money’s worth out of but it’s just time to install a new set with better tread.

Regardless, replacing your worn-out tires is a common thing to do, and we ship loads of loose tires to our customers daily! We sell both for lifted and non-lifted golf carts. Simply unbox your brand new tires and get them mounted at your trusted tire store or golf cart shop near you!

golf cart tires size guide

Golf Cart Tires Size Guide

Metric Tire Sizes Height Width Mounts On
205/50-10
18" Tall
8" Wide
10" Wheel
205/65-10
20.5" Tall
8" Wide
10" Wheel
205/30-12
17" Tall
8" Wide
12" Wheel
215/35-12
18" Tall
8.75" Wide
12" Wheel
215/40-12
18.75" Tall
8.5" Wide
12" Wheel
215/50-12
19.5" Tall
8.5" Wide
12" Wheel
225/55-12
20.75"
8.7" Wide
12" Wheel
215/60-8
18" Tall
8.5" Wide
8" Wheel
205/30-14
19" Tall
8" Wide
14" Wheel
215/35-14
20" Tall
8.5" Wide
14" Wheel
205/35-15
20.5" Tall
8" Wide
15" Wheel
Numeric Tire Sizes Height Width Mounts On
18x8-8
18" Tall
8" Wide
8" Wheel
18x8.50-8
18" Tall
8.5" Wide
8" Wheel
22x11-8
22" Tall
11" Wide
8" Wheel
18x9.5-10
18" Tall
9.5" Wide
10" Wheel
20x10-10
20" Tall
10" Wide
10" Wheel
22x11-10
22" Tall
11" Wide
10" wheel
18x9.0-12
18" Tall
9" Wide
12" Wheel
20x10-12
20" Tall
10" Wide
12" Wheel
22x11-12
22" Tall
11" Wide
12" Wheel
23x10.5-12
23" Tall
10.5" Wide
12" Wheel
20x8.5-14
20" Tall
8.5" Wheel
14" Wheel
22x10-14
22" Tall
10" Wide
14" Wheel
23x10-14
23" Tall
10" Wide
14" Wheel
23x10-15
23" Tall
10" Wide
14" Wheel

Sizes:

  • Understanding the Numbers: Golf cart tire sizes might look like a code, but they’re simple to decipher. Learn what the measurements mean and find the perfect fit for your cart.

  • Choosing the Right Size: Tire size affects ride height, ground clearance, and overall performance. We’ll help you choose the size that suits your cart and your driving style.

Tires for 8″ Wheels
Tires for 10″ Wheels
Tires for 12″ Wheels
Tires for 14″ Wheels
Tires for 15″ Wheels

Tread Types: Find Your Perfect Match

Selecting the right tread pattern is key to optimal performance on the course or in the neighborhood.

  • Matching Your Terrain: From smooth fairways to rugged trails, there’s a perfect tire tread for you. Discover the different patterns and their best applications.

  • Performance and Purpose: Tread type isn’t just about looks. Find out how tread designs impact grip, longevity, ride comfort, and even puncture resistance.

Explore different tread types and discover which is best for your needs:

  • Tread for the Fairway: Smooth and Turf-Friendly
  • Tread for Paved Paths and Streets
  • Tread for Rugged Trails and Off-Road

Why Tire Choice Matters

Your golf cart’s tires are more than just rubber on wheels. They directly impact how your cart handles, how comfortable the ride is, and even how long your cart will last. Choosing the right golf cart tires ensures optimal traction on the course or the street, smooth handling around curves, and a comfortable ride even on bumpy terrain.

Quality golf cart tires are built for durability, but they still face wear and tear with every outing. Tires with puncture-resistant construction and long-lasting treads save you money in the long run, preventing costly replacements due to flats or worn-out treads. Tire choice isn’t just about today’s performance; it’s an investment in your cart’s lifespan and overall cost of ownership.

Types of Tires:

Lawn and Garden Tires
Grey Non-marking Tires for Industrial and Commercial
OEM Sawtooth Golf Cart Tires
Street Tires for Paths and Pavement
Turf Tires for the Golf Course
All-Terrain Tires for Mixed Use: Gravel, Campground, Light Trails, Etc….
Rugged Off-Road Tires for more Extreme Use

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FAQ

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Your golf cart tires need replacing if the tread depth is below 1/16 inch (easily checked with a penny – if Lincoln’s head is fully visible, replace), sidewalls are cracked or bulging, or if you notice uneven wear or a bumpy ride.

CYes, but it requires specific tools and know-how. If you’re not mechanically inclined, it’s best to have a professional do it to ensure proper fitment and safety.an I install tires myself?

Ply rating indicates the tire’s sidewall strength. 6-ply tires have thicker sidewalls and offer more puncture resistance, making them ideal for rough terrain. 4-ply tires are lighter and suitable for smoother courses.

Use a tire pressure gauge to check the pressure. The ideal PSI is usually stamped on the tire sidewall or can be found in your owner’s manual. Typically, it ranges between 18-25 PSI.

For non-lifted carts, the maximum tire size is typically 205/50-10. With a lift kit, you can go bigger, up to 23 inches depending on the lift’s height and your cart’s model. Always check your cart’s specifications and the lift kit instructions to determine the appropriate tire size.