70% X 165mm = 115.5mm (recommended)
70% X 175mm = 122.5mm (installed)
That means that the tire radius increases from (190.5mm* + 115.5mm =) 306mm recommended to 190.5mm + 122.5 mm) = 313mm.
*Note: 190.5mm is half your 13" rim diameter in millimeters.
Your tire will roll 1.02 times further for the same speedometer reading. If you are reading 50 miles per hour, your actual speed would be 50 mph X 1.02 = 51.1 mph.
You might not want to push speed limits as much as you might be used to.
There are several things that one needs to take into consideration when switching from 17 to 26 inch wheels. The biggest thing to understand is that making this switch will have an affect on the speedometer by causing the speedometer to not have an accurate reading of your speed.
I just acquired this 1994 jeep wrangler and the speedometer does not work. I understand it does not have a cable, so if it is electric i am lost . Help
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where is the electronic speedometer located where is the electronic speedometer located
A speedometer measures speed.speedometer measures speed kmp.
Remove the dashboard cover. Remove the retaining ring, from the speedometer. Remove the speedometer cable from the back of the speedometer. Reverse the process to install the new speedometer.
A worn or frayed speedometer cable will make the speedometer shouter. As the speedometer cable becomes more frayed the speedometer will eventually quit working.
The speedometer is not working. When the speedometer gets to 65 mph I set the cruise control.
Recommended size is 14" to 15". You can go higher to 16" but not recommeded. Note that when you go for bigger rim, the profile must be adjusted accordingly so that the speedometer stay the same. Otherwise the speed recorded in the speedometer is incorrect.
If the speedometer is not working it probably needs a new speedometer cable. If the speedometer is actually broken either take it to as speedometer repair shop or replace it.
what or when? i dont understand
The speedometer is electronic...there is no speedometer cable.
My 2001 speedometer reads too fast... Here's what I figure is happening:I use the smaller of the recommended tire size (per the Owners Manual) - but the speedometer thinks I have the larger ones and calculates the speed accordingly.So when my speedometer says I'm going 78 mph, I'm actually only going 75 - I figure that has saved me from a few tickets in PA & Ohio.If your speedometer is way off, a transmission shop may be able to help you with what should be a relatively inexpensive fix.
The most common reason for a speedometer to fail is a broken speedometer cable. Loosen the nuts on each end of the speedometer cable. Remove the speedometer cable retaining clips. Reverse the process to install the new speedometer cable.
it's in the dash, the speedometer cable runs the speedometer and it connects to the back of the speedometer and it runs down to the back of the transmission case.
Your speedometer bounces up and down because the speedometer cable is about to break.
It will depend upon your bike. Older vulcans used a mechanical speedometer (a cable runs from the front wheel to the back of the speedometer. I don't know of a way to adjust these. other than changing your tire size (not recommended). Newer bikes use an electronic speedometer, and for this there is a fix. A little device called Speedohealer. It took a few tries to calibrate, but now my '07 1500 reads dead on. http://www.xtsportbikeaccessories.com/SpeedoHealer_HealTech.html
There isn't a speedometer cable. There is a speedometer sensor,where it is located I am still trying to find out. On the tranny or in the speedometer or somewhere else?