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Tire size database for cars sold in USA and Canada

Tire size database for cars sold in United States and Canada

Download free SAMPLE:
TireSize SAMPLE.xls (4 sheets, including tires by vehicle and tires by brand)

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History

I created this database in January 2017, for a customer who did not liked Year-Make-Model-Trim-Specs because it shows only 1 tire fitment for each car, he asked me to do web scraping from TireSize.com, which shows all tire sizes that each car is offered, standard equipment and optional tires.

TireSize is an easy to scrap website, having all data in HTML format, took about 3 minutes to scrap it with an online scraper, but each time I wanted to update database, I had to spent about 10 hours to manually copy-paste to fill model names on every row, to make database usable.

Number of sales failed to reach 10 per year and the 10 hours of manual work required each update made me to announce in late 2017 that will STOP updating this database and recommend customers to buy other databases like www.teoalida.com/cardatabase/american/ and www.teoalida.com/cardatabase/wheels-and-tires-size/

In April 2019 a customer contacting me for an unrelated project informed me that is possible to fill rows automatically (www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIKqeaFvltQ) and this allow me to revive the Tire Size database. I also made a scraper for tires by brand beside the tires by vehicle.

Tires by vehicle

Coverage: earliest car included is from 1950, but number of models by year is significant only after 1980.

Car makes included:
Acura, Alfa Romeo, American Motors, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Datsun, Dodge, Eagle, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, Genesis, Geo, GMC, Honda, Hummer, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Lotus, Lucid, Maserati, Maybach, Mazda, McLaren, Mercedes Benz, Mercury, Mini, MG, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Opel, Peugeot, Plymouth, Polestar, Pontiac, Porsche, Ram, Renault, Rivian, Rolls Royce, Saab, Saleen, Saturn, Scion, Smart, Spyker, SRT, Subaru, Suzuki, Tesla, Triumph, Toyota, Volkswagen, Volvo.

List of updates:
33277 rows – January 2017, TireSize had cars up to model year 2016, meaning that it is lagging in updates for about 1 year.
35136 rows – July 2017, they added 2017 models during spring 2017 but is still lagging in updates because 2018 models are already on the market.
64 makes, 1361 models, 12315 years, 41014 trims – 13 April 2019, no longer lagging, 2020 models are already included.
65 makes, 1412 models, 12863 years, 43614 trims – 22 June 2020, sales been low and about 1 year passed without any customer asking for updates.
65 makes, 1413 models, 12864 years, 43618 trims – December 2020
65 makes, 1415 models, 12906 years, 43763 trims – 21 May 2021
65 makes, 1423 models, 13080 years, 44697 trims – 29 September 2021
65 makes, 1430 models, 13282 years, 45516 trims – 14 February 2022. I ran scraper in August and December 2022, but I found same 45516 trims like in February 2022. Seems that TireSize website get updated once per year and there is nothing to do at my side to get 2023 models sooner.
68 makes, 1483 models, 13986 years, 48677 trims – 18 March 2023

Tires by brand

Tire brands included:
Atturo, Fuel, BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Cooper, Dick Cepek, Dunlop, Falken, Federal, Fierce, Firestone, Fuzion, General, Goodyear, Hankook, Hercules, Hoosier, Interco Super Swamper, Kumho, Mastercraft, Maxxis, Michelin, Mickey Thompson, Nexen, Nitto, Pirelli, Pro Comp, Sumitomo, Toyo, Uniroyal, Yokohama.

List of updates:
32 brands, 699 models, 18938 tire sizes – 13 April 2019
32 brands, 785 models, 21441 tire sizes – 22 June 2020
32 brands, 760 models, 20990 tire sizes – 21 May 2021
32 brands, 761 models, 21538 tire sizes – 27 February 2022
32 brands, 737 models, 22911 tire sizes – 18 March 2023

4 comments

  1. Hi, are you able to create a database similar to zohr.com? I am currently creating a wix website at the moment and would love a similar format. I have to read how wix database formats work. I do know that I would have to get a daily download from our tire suppliers to make sure counts and prices are accurate. I downloaded your sample tire model excel file, but I didn’t see a product or part number. I could have missed it, but I was thinking that would be the only way to connect your database with theirs. Tell what I would need to get from or what is required. I don’t much about how this works, but know enough about databases to be dangerous. Our current website is not what we will be using in the near future.

      1. I was not comparing TireSize.com to Zohr.com. I was basically asking if I could use it in the same manner as Zohr. I mentioned the part numbers because many of our tire suppliers have part numbers and I was trying to figure out how I could link the information in your database to match the information in their database so that we can get availability and updated pricing.

  2. The database is legit. However, I had to spend lots of time rearrangeing the database since tires are mixed. You can not tell which is the original, replaced, or staggered tire. I asked the owner to help, but he didn’t reply to my request. Overall, if you have lots of time on your hands, go ahead and buy it; otherwise, I would recommend finding something else.

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