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EZGO Golf Cart Tires and Wheels

Wheels and Tires For Non-Lifted and Lifted EZGO Golf Carts

Works on the following EZGO models:


18"-23" Combo Sizes

If you own an EZGO golf cart and need new wheels and tires, you are in the right place.

EZGO golf carts have some of the largest wheel wells in the industry and as a result can accommodate wheels and tires with an overall height of 20" before needing a lift kit. That means, as an EZGO owner you have a wide range of possibilities and options when purchasing a new combination- whether your cart is lifted or not!

* Please Note: If your S4 or ST350 has disc brakes installed, this will impact wheel and tire fitment and installation. 

While all the wheels and tires that we sell are technically universal and will work on any cart (lug nuts are the only thing that change), we have broken down our selection to lifted and non-lifted with the specific sizes that will work on EZGO golf carts. This takes the confusion out of shopping for your cart allowing you to quickly and easily find your perfect set.  Shop today!

Need help with sizing? Check out our EZGO Wheel and Tires: The Essential Guide

EZGO Wheel and Tire Sub-Collections

Use the sub-collections above or the filters below to see products

EZGO Wheels and Tires Sizing Video

EZGO Wheel and Tire Sizing Guide

EZGO Wheel and Tire Measurement Guide

Wheel and Tire Combo Overall Height- Lift Kit Requirements

Use the chart for determining what size wheel and tire combination you need

Understanding Wheels and Tires For EZGO Golf Carts

If you have already read some of the information above, you know that EZGO golf carts are great for wheels and tires. The built-in flexibility and wheel well size give you, as the cart owner, plenty of options. To help you in the process, we have put together the resources below so you can make a more informed purchasing decision.

The Overall Tire Height

The overall height (diameter) of a wheel and tire combination is the most essential piece of information you need to know. It is the determining factor in whether or not you need to have a lift kit installed to install a wheel and tire combo. Most wheel and tire combinations will have the following overall diameters: 18", 20", 22", and 23". On stock EZGO carts, you can install combinations that max out at 20" before needing to install a lift kit. Once you get into the 22" and 23" range, however, a lift kit will be necessary.

American (Standard) Sizing and Metric Sizing

As you look through our various wheel and tire listings, you may notice multiple numbers used to refer to the sizing. Some of those numbers may be in two-digit formats like this: 23x10-14. Other numbers will be in three-digit/two-digit formats like this: 215/35-12. These are two different ways of measuring and communicating the various wheel and tire sizes. The two-digit structure is American (Standard) Sizing, while the three-digit/two-digit format is Metric Sizing.

Here is how to read American Sizing:

First Number (23)- Approximate overall height. Measured from the bottom to the top of the tire. Second Number (10)- Approximate width of the tire. Measured from side to side of the tire. Third Number (14)- Size of the wheel diameter only. Measurement of the metal portion of the combo only.

Here is how to read Metric Sizing:

First Number (215)- Approximate width of the tire in millimeters. Measured from side to side of the tire. Second Number (35)- This is known as the aspect ratio. This number indicates how tall the sidewall of the tire is and is the percentage of the tire width. In our example, "35" would indicate that the tire's sidewall height is 35% of 215, which would mean the sidewall height is 75.25 millimeters. Third Number (12)- Size of the wheel diameter only. Measurement of the metal portion of the combo only.

EZGO Wheel and Tire Lug Nuts

EZGO golf carts all use standard lug nuts, which measure 1/2x20. Select this option at checkout to make sure you receive the correct lug nuts.

EZGO Golf Cart Bolt Pattern

EZGO hubs use the standard "4x4" bolt pattern. The exact measurement for this is 4x101.6 millimeters, but it is most commonly referred to as "4x4". Sometimes, it may look like you have five lug nuts, but this is often due to a wheel covering or hub cap- if you remove that piece, you should see four lug nuts.

Tire Tread Options


Low-profile street tires are great for cart owners who primarily drive their carts on golf courses, paved roads, or well-maintained paths. This tread is not super deep and is packed together to maintain consistent contact with the ground surface. This tread is very popular for people who golf regularly as they are golf course approved and will not damage any greens or fairways. In addition, they are much quieter on pavement and concrete and will not produce the "hum" that off-road tires can make while driving at high speeds.

Turf Tires

Turf tires are the middle ground between street and off-road tires. They have a little more grip than the low-profile tires but are still approved for golf course use. They work well for cart owners who drive on lawns, farms, or golf courses.

Off-Road Tires

Off-Road tires carry the most aggressive tread you can buy for your EZGO golf cart. Primarily for use on trails, dirt roads, backwoods, or serious farming, there isn't much these types of tires can't handle. Their deep and spacious tread patterns allow you to grip all sorts of terrain for ultimate traction performance. They also feature a thick rubber compound to be able to withstand some serious wear and tear.

All-Terrain Tires

The best way to describe all-terrain tires is as slightly less aggressive off-road tires. Great for campgrounds, trails, farms, and off-road adventures, all-terrain tires can still handle pavement and concrete. The tread spacing on these tires is not as wide and deep as off-road tires, so they can handle some harder surfaces but not by sacrificing their gripping ability. In addition, the tread pattern will also typically go with the direction of the tire to keep the hum and noise to a minimum.

Street/Low Profile Tread Example

Street/Low Profile Tread Example

Pictured:Excel Endura

Turf Tire Tread Example

Turf Tire Tread Example

Pictured:Kenda Super Turf K500

Off-Road Tire Example

Off-Road Tire Tread Example

Pictured:Arisun X-Trail Off-Road

All-Terrain Tire Tread Example

All-Terrain Tire Tread Example

Pictured:Excel Street Fox Radial

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