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1 fl. oz. = 29.6 ml

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1 fl. oz. = 29.6 ml

### AUTO/SUV Dosage Calculations

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for an AUTO/SUV tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .0654 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.25

Sample Tire: 285/35R19
285 = tire width in millimeters
35 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
19 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 285 x .0393 = 11.2 inches
Height = 11.2 inches x .35 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 19 = 26.8 inches

Dosage = 26.8 x 11.2 x .0654 = 20 ounces
Severe dosage = 20 x 1.25 = 25 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### Motorcycle Dosage Calculations

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .075 = dosage round to the nearest ounce.
Since early 2021 we have moved to a one dose recommendation for motorcycles. The new regular dose is the old severe dose. There is no reason to add more sealant to the tire.

The dosage calculated by this calculator is the correct dosage and supersedes anything you find in our printed or PDF’s dosage tables. In case of a discrepancy, always select the dosage that has been calculated by the online Dosage Calculator.

When installing the Motorcycle sealant using dosages calculated by the calculator, you may remove your wheel weights if you wish.

However in the rare event that you have more than 2 to 2.5 ounce (total) of wheel weights on the wheel, please contact us for further instructions. In these rare cases you might have to add a few more ounces of sealant to overcome the gross amount of wheel weights that are being removed.

Sample Tire: 180/60R16
180 = tire width in millimeters
60 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
16 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 180 x .0393 = 7.1 inches
Height = 7.1 inches x .60 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 16 = 24.52 inches

Dosage =7.1 x 24.52 x .075 = 13 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### Commercial Truck Dosage Calculations

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for a commercial truck tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .082 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.25

Sample Tire: 295/80R22.5
295 = tire width in millimeters
80 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
22.5 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 295 x .0393 = 11.6 inches
Height = 11.6 inches x .80 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 22.5 = 41.1 inches

Dosage = 41.1 x 11.6 x .082 = 39 ounces
Severe dosage = 39 x 1.25 = 49 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### RV / Motorhome Dosage Calculations

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for a RV or motorhome tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .082 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.25

Sample Tire: 295/80R22.5
295 = tire width in millimeters
80 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
22.5 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 295 x .0393 = 11.6 inches
Height = 11.6 inches x .80 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 22.5 = 41.1 inches

Dosage = 41.1 x 11.6 x .082 = 39 ounces
Severe dosage = 39 x 1.25 = 49 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### Commercial High Speed Extreme (CHSX)

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for a commercial high speed extreme truck tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .087 X 1.25 = dosage round to the nearest ounce

Sample Tire: 295/80R22.5
295 = tire width in millimeters
80 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
22.5 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 295 x .0393 = 11.6 inches
Height = 11.6 inches x .80 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 22.5 = 41.1 inches

Dosage = 41.1 x 11.6 x .087 x 1.25 = 52 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### ATV Dosage Calculations

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for an ATV tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .087 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.50

Sample Tire: 24 x 8 - 11
8 = Tire Width in inches
24 = Tire Height in inches
11 = Rim Diameter in inches

Dosage = 24 x 8 x .087 = 17 ounces
Severe dosage = 17 x 1.5 = 24 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### TC&S Dosage Calculations

IIn order to calculate the dosage requirements for a off-road tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .20 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.25

Sample Tire: 600/55R26.5
600 = tire width in millimeters
55 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
26.5 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 600 x .0393 = 23.58 inches
Height = 23.58 inches x .55 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 26.5 = 52.4 inches

Dosage = 23.58 x 52.4 x .20 = 247 ounces
Severe dosage = 247 x 1.25 = 309 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. ### Heavy Duty Off-Road Dosage Calculations

In order to calculate the dosage requirements for a off-road tire you need to use the following formula. Please email us each tire size that you find that is not in our dosage table so that we can add it to future versions.

Width (in.) X Height (in.) X .157 = dosage round to the nearest ounce
For severe applications multiply by 1.50

Sample Tire: 600/55R26.5
600 = tire width in millimeters
55 = aspect ratio = % of tire width that each sidewall is tall
26.5 = wheel diameter in inches (in)

To convert from millimeters to inches multiply by .0393

Example:
Width = 600 x .0393 = 23.58 inches
Height = 23.58 inches x .55 x 2 (two sidewalls) + 26.5 = 52.4 inches

Dosage = 23.58 x 52.4 x .157 = 194 ounces
Severe dosage = 194 x 1.5 = 291 ounces

Ride-On (TPS) is tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS) friendly in TPMS sensors that are hermetically sealed. Please check www.ride-on.com/tpms for more details. 