Aluminium Alloy Model No. 166 for the best quality performance

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Wheel Aluminium Alloy Model No. 166 for the best quality performance

 

Product Description:

 

1) Lighter than tube wheels makes the car much more oil saving.

 

2) Better cooling performance in longdistance and high speed driving keeps the car safe enough.

 

3) Bigger external diameter let the driver feel much more comfortable.

 

4) High speed lowering tyre termperature can reduce wear resistance prevent tyre-shoulder seperation

 

Size ETCBHoleP.C.DFinish
16X6FW102130.188165.1CHROME
16X6RW-125130.188170BLACK/M.LIP

 

Production Procedure:

 

1) Casting Machine Melting & Full Heat Treatment

 

2) CNC machine CNC made in Taiwan

 

3) Painting Line Full automatic Painting

 

4) Quality Control Certifications : JWL.VIA Japanese Standard

 

   Impact fatigue testing

   Bending fatigue testing,

   Radial run out testing

   Dynamic balance testing.

   Air-tightness testing

 

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Q:18 Wheeler wheel question ?
The wheel backspacing is offset so that the rear duals can be mounted next to each other. The second tire on the rear reduces sway and reduces the pressure on the road. The face of the wheel (where the lugnuts are) extends out past the edge of the tire. On the rear axles of a semi, one wheel is turned around opposite of the tire next to it. So the inner tire of the dual is facing the same as on the front axle. The second (outer) tire is dished inward as you normally see it, so the faces of the two wheels touch. The actual tires have a small gap between them so that they do not rub. All 10 wheels on the semi tractor are the same, just some are spun around. All wheels are interchangeable (assuming sizing is the same). So you could swap a front and rear tire around without a problem. Hope that makes sense. Next time your out and you see a parked semi or even a 1-ton pickup truck with dual wheels, take a closer look at the rear axle. Look between the rear tires and it will hopefully make more sense.
Q:he wheel passes through the physical problems of the deceleration zone
There is also a situation, V is large enough, when the wheel into the deceleration with the vertex, the speed is greater than the root under the g * r, then leave the deceleration zone, do flat throwing motion. At this time, the final speed is the highest point of the speed. The kinetic energy theorem is easy to use.
Q:When the motorcycle wheel is running, it glows
This is a good equipment can be directly spin up, cheer in the spin down ah, no trouble, do not have to connect the battery as long as the wheels will turn will be bright,
Q:How much is the shelf and the wheel
600-800 yuan
Q:If I have 10,000, I was the first to upgrade the bike wheel or power meter, the bike is a large c of the money?
Agree with the first power meter, the most important training is to science, in other words is to avoid the case of sports strain to maximize the ability to exercise. Power meter is now the most appropriate point of view, if the future blood dissolved oxygen meter is more appropriate.
Q:Why the wheels are dyed black?
Because the tires contain carbon black. In fact, the world's first tire is milky white, like the color of natural rubber. At that time, the production of tire manufacturers also do not know the carbon black mixed in the rubber will have such a big role, can enhance the tire wear resistance and anti-skid performance.
Q:What is the difference between all wheel drive and 4 wheel drive?
All wheel means the four wheel drive in on all the time. 4 wheel means it is usually two wheel until the driver selects 4 wheel.
Q:What is the principle of wheel speed sensor?
The operation of the wheel speed sensor is shown in Figure 1-7. The sensor head and the ring gear next to the fixed, when the ring gear with the wheel rotation, the permanent magnet on the electromagnetic induction coil to produce an AC signal (this is because the ring gear on the tooth and the valley through the magnetic field caused by strong Weak change of the fault), the frequency of the AC signal is proportional to the wheel speed, and the amplitude of the AC signal varies with the wheel speed (DST ABS (VI) is 0.1V at the lowest speed and 9V at the maximum). The ABS electronic control unit determines the speed of the wheel by identifying the frequency of the AC signal sent by the sensor. If the electronic control unit discovers that the wheel's deceleration is rapidly increasing and the slip rate S reaches 20%, it immediately sends a command to the hydraulic regulator, Reduce or stop the wheel's braking force, so as not to wheel lock.
Q:Reversing the steering wheel and the wheel is the opposite?
The steering wheel is the same as the direction of the tires, but from the rearview mirror, you hit the right side of the front wheel and the left side of the space will gradually increase, and vice versa.
Q:Is it my wheel bearing?
Failing wheel bearings almost always get noisy and start toroar". If you're not hearing the telltale sound of a worn wheel bearing (and considering you recently replaced both front bearings...) I wouldn't suspect a bearing problem is causing the vibration. My guess is either you have a front wheel out of balance or an issue with the construction/structure of one of the front tires (tread separation or a belt problem/flaw inside of a tire causing the tire to roll unevenly). (Very) warped brake rotors can also cause vibrations through the wheel at speed but I think you'd already know if the rotors were warped because they'd pulse badly upon braking. Alignment issues can also cause vibrations at times, but I'd check into the balance and condition of the front wheels/tires first.

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