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We have just the street legal scooter tire in the brand and size you want. Please select your motor scooter tires from the brands below. Or you may view our available brands and tread pattern selections by the rim size of tubeless scooter tire. We also carry a selection of tubed tires in the smaller sizes.

Check back often as we are adding new brands, sizes, and tread patterns to meet the widest variety of scooter tire size requirements on the internet. Currently we feature premium quality motor scooter tires from Kenda, Michelin, Prima, Shinko, Vee Rubber and others. Upgrade your ride with a new tubeless scooter tire from Monster Scooter Parts.

Although it is sometimes bewildering, the numerical size-coding may be designated all in inch-pattern, or in a combination of millimeters and inches. For example, a size listed as 3.50-10 signifies the inch measurement of the scooter's rim; in this case, 3-1/2 inches by 10 inches, or the inside diameter of the tire. The hybrid metric/inch-pattern coding is where it becomes complicated. This will read as three sets of numerals separated by a slash and a hyphen. An example is the common size 120/70-10. The code can be broken down into the following parts:

In 120/XX-XX; the numbers before the slash mark tell you the width of the tire at its widest part when mounted on a wheel and inflated to the recommended pressure, but without any weight on the wheel, measured in millimeters. This sequence will almost certainly be in two or three digits and will likely range from about 90 to 150.

Following the slash will be a two digit number which is a percentage, usually between 50 and 90 percent. This percentage is called the Aspect Ratio. If you multiply the width (the first number) by the aspect ration number, the result will tell you the height of the tire section between the bead and the tread. In our example, we multiply 120 x .70 and can calculate that this tire has a height of 84 mm. The final set of numbers, those which follow the hyphen, tell the height of the rim in inches.

Due to differences in measurement methods,off-road ATV and recreational scooter tires are designated differently than street scooter tires. Click here to read about ATV and recreational scooter tires.


In addition to the size code, a scooter tire will usually have a two-digit maximum load index code followed by a single letter designating the maximum safe speed rating. Here are the most common load and speed codes found on scooter tires:


LI lbs. LI lbs. LI lbs.     SR MPH
20 176 33 254 46 375     J 62
21 182 34 260 47 386     K 68
22 187 35 267 48 397     L 75
23 193 36 276 49 408     M 81
24 198 37 282 50 419     N 87
25 204 38 291 51 430     P 93
26 209 39 300 52 441     Q 99
27 215 40 309 53 454     R 106
28 220 41 320 54 467     S 112
29 227 42 331 55 481     T 118
30 234 43 342 56 494     H 130
31 240 44 353 57 507        
32 247 45 364 58 520        

For example; a tire with a rating of 51P would have a load rating of 430 lbs. and a maximum safe speed rating of 93 MPH.
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