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Paul Gage Tire Selector

Posted by Christian Gingras on

Paul Gage Tire Selector


To help you choose the Paul Gage tires you need for a particular wheel or car, we have developed another exclusive Tire Selector for them, which works the same way as the Tire Selector we use for Quick Slicks and Super Tires. After selecting a brand, you will get a list of cars/wheels from that brand and then, you'll get the Paul Gage tires that will fit. Simple as that!

We Need Your Help

Those of you familiar with Paul Gage Tires are probably aware of the tire naming convention that helps you identify which tires fit which wheel based on wheel and tire measurements (for more information, click here). For those of you who prefer finding Paul Gage Tires by using the manufacturer/model, the PG Tire Selector will be your best friend. At present, the underlying database that drives the PG Tire Selector is not fully populated. Paul has been very helpful providing input and feedback; however, even Paul isn't aware of every application his tires can be used for. This is where you can help!

If you're using Paul Gage tires on a car/wheel that isn't currently listed in the Tire Selector (and the fit is correct), please let us know and we'll add this entry to the PG Tire Selector. As the database grows, the PG Tire Selector will make it easier and easier to find the right Paul Gage Tire.

Any Tire Selector is only as good as the accuracy and completeness of the underlying data. Unfortunately, there is not universal agreement on what constitutes a "good" fit. For our purposes, please provide the following data (copy/paste the following into your email and complete the information):

Car / Wheel Mfr:
Model / Size:
Paul Gage Tire(s):
Sanding Req'd (Y/N):
Wheel Coverage (Narrow, Complete, Wide):
(Note: Narrow = tire narrower than wheel, Normal = tire same width as wheel, W = tire wider than wheel)
Loose/Movement (Y/N):
Notes:


Please send the information to us by clicking this link: slotcarcorner.ca@gmail.com. Thank you!