[quote=lindseyangell;449283]The height of a tire is the diameter of the tire.

The radius of the tire is half of the diameter.

The circumference is two times PI, times the (Radius Squared) [44/7 * (Radius Squared)][quote]

[quote=Hkyfanatic;]The distance around the tire = circumference which is 3.1416 x height or diameter.[quote]

Those mathematical measurements sound like a distasteful reminder of the far distant past, LOL.

That's right, I'm a mathematical idiot, but I understood the rest of your posts well enough that I think I get the gist. Thanks, because any info helps. I've been trying to write down some of these suggestions, so I can make myself a comprehensive guide. It may be impossible.

SCC's chart, and products, are the best I have found, and I do believe that their tires have a far more visible difference in tire thickness than most other tires available, but the Super Tires don't work the best on all of our tracks. Urethane is best for the wood routed track, and some kind of silicone, like Indy grips, seem to work best on one of the magnetic plastic tracks, while the other mag. track is wood, and Super Tires are by far the best there. I've never tried the Yellow Dogs. Are they a good Urethane?

The radius of the tire is half of the diameter.

The circumference is two times PI, times the (Radius Squared) [44/7 * (Radius Squared)][quote]

[quote=Hkyfanatic;]The distance around the tire = circumference which is 3.1416 x height or diameter.[quote]

Those mathematical measurements sound like a distasteful reminder of the far distant past, LOL.

That's right, I'm a mathematical idiot, but I understood the rest of your posts well enough that I think I get the gist. Thanks, because any info helps. I've been trying to write down some of these suggestions, so I can make myself a comprehensive guide. It may be impossible.

SCC's chart, and products, are the best I have found, and I do believe that their tires have a far more visible difference in tire thickness than most other tires available, but the Super Tires don't work the best on all of our tracks. Urethane is best for the wood routed track, and some kind of silicone, like Indy grips, seem to work best on one of the magnetic plastic tracks, while the other mag. track is wood, and Super Tires are by far the best there. I've never tried the Yellow Dogs. Are they a good Urethane?

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