Unfortunately, it might be slightly difficult to find precise specifications and dimensions. This isn't necessarily because they are trying to be secretive; it's just not something the public in general would need or benefit from.
That being said, you can certainly find some more information regarding dimensions. As Andrew already said, the wheels are half a meter (50 cm) in diameter. This blog post states that the clearance from the ground is 60 cm, but it doesn't given any references, so that information may not be completely accurate.
If you are truly interested in specific dimensions, then I suppose one thing that you could do (if you can't find them online) is find a scale model of it, and try to figure out the dimensions (such as this one from AAAS).
More interesting, in my opinion, are the numerous papers and discussions on the engineering challenges and electronic and software systems that went into making the rover. The JPL robotics website has a few freely available papers, but more are available from other sources if you look.