China Reliable Quality Tyres Flap For Heavy Duty Vehicle 12.00-20 11.00-20 10.00-20 9.00-20

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High Quality Heavy Duty Tyres Flap

Description:A rubber surface between inner tube and tyre rim


Specification of flaps:

Specifications

Weight(kg)

Width   (mm)

500-8

0.5

103

600/700-9

0.65

144

650/750-10

0.65

120

700/750/825-12

1.00

148

650/700/750-15

1.11

168

825/28*9-15

1.11

168

650/700-16

1.15

160

750/825-16

1.30

177

20.5/70/16/70-16

2.50

236

700/750/825-20

1.85

175

900/1000-20

2.45

212

1100/1200-20

2.70

212

1300/1400-20

3.70

230

16/70-20

4.60

260

1200-24

3.80

230

1400/1300/16/70-24

4.80

260

15.5/17.5-25

6.70

370

20.5-25

9.20

428

23.5-25

10.60

505

26.5-25

11.00

500

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12.00-20,11.00-20,10.00-20,9.00-20,8.25-20,7.50-20,

8.25-16,7.50-16,7.00/6.50-16,8.25/7.50-16,

10.00/9.00-20,12.00/11.00-20


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Q:good tires ?
Kelly is a "private label" tire brand owned and manufactured by Goodyear. Like all private-label tires they tend to be older designs using older technology. As someone who works in the tire industry and also lives in Minnesota I would love to make some specific recommendations, but need to know the year/make/model of vehicle and preferably, also the tire size. Personally on all of my vehicles I use two sets of tires - one for winter use only and the other for the rest of the year. So-called "all-season" tires are not appropriate for Minnesota winter driving IMHO. Many all-season tires are not even tested in winter conditions before being offered to the public. Also, all-season simply means the tire is rated for moderately cold temperatures (45-deg F) and "light snow". In Minnesota we frequently see severe snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures and all-season tires simply can not handle that.
Q:Summer Performance Tires?
As an issue of performance, you would not replace one tire. And upgading one tire will not give you any benefit. Your tires are the only thing that actually touch the road. They are the limiting factor in every area of your car's performance. Performance oriented driving is, in the simplest terms, about managing the balance and weight transfer between the four tires. Nothing more nothing less (and the practice is anything but easy). So, if you have four performance tires, you have predictable grip at each corner that will change as the car accelerates (transfer weight and grip to the rear), brakes (transfers weight and grip to the front), or corners (transfers weight and grip to the outside... and conversely to each of these brings less grip opposite). With performance tires, this means that when one wears out, if the others are already worn, then it's time to replace all four (as the new tire will behave significantly different than the other 3)... and that is if all three are the same tire! What you are planning to do would just be to introduce an unpredictable handling element to the car. If your other three tires are mostly new, or you simply cannot get four tires, the best bang for the buck is to get the same tire you already have. As for the TA KDW, it is an ok performance tire. The older TA KD was much superior, but even this tire more than shows it's age and will not keep up with the current generation of high performance tires (which also tend to last longer and provide more comfort at lower noise levels... although these elements will always be compromised in a performance tire).
Q:What is a TUBELESS TIRE???
yes thats what it means... most cars and truck have been that way for 25 yrs and more.. only a few tires have tubes now days and not many cars or trucks will have them at all been a tire guy 25 yrs
Q:15 to 16 tires of car tires, is it in.
Is in inches. 55: called flattening of tires, meaning: the ratio of the sidewall height (tire wall) to the tire width is 55%; the ratio of the sidewall height to the tire width is 55% R: steel radial tires, 15: the diameter of the hub is 15 inches.
Q:Tire Workouts?!?
Flip the tire the length of a football field and have your buddy flip it back. Repeat until one of you can't make it. Get on your knees, with the tire between you and your buddy. Push the tire over onto him, he has to catch it and push it back onto you. Repeat until one of you is killed by the tire. Stand inside tire, lift tire until it is over your head. If you can't get all the way up, person who gets it the highest, wins. Throw tire off a cliff. Get tire back to top of cliff. Throw self off of cliff in tire. Survive. That last one was funny to me anyway. Hope it helped.
Q:Why car tires sub-sports economy comfortable high-performance, where the difference, how to distinguish?
Yes, because the factory has been scientifically calculated, according to different models to design and configuration, and some to consider the fuel economy-based, and some comfort and off-road sports version, according to different design concepts with different Nature of the tires. Such as: the top of the tire tire and the ground side of the gap will be a large amount of food, but the safety factor is relatively high!
Q:tires - Harley Davidson - bridgestone spitfire tires or whats good ?
stock 07 softail classic, got 10k from the back Dunlop. Fellow rider recommended Metzler for replacement. have 6k on and looking really good, found it to be a better handling tire. Suggest Mezler for your Sporty. Got mine at Wheelworks in Garden Grove, CA. Cycle Gear another source.
Q:Do tires have to black?
Why are Tires Black? Left alone, tires dry out, discolor and eventually crack and split. “Dry rot” is a multi-million dollar problem for RVers, trailer boaters and owners of classic cars that are parked for extended periods. The major factor degrading tires and other synthetic and rubber products is ozone, an odorless gas which is part of the air we breath. When combined with ultraviolet light (the invisible part of sunlight) a reaction occurs that attacks the tire polymer. To protect against ozone and UV damage, a stabilizer molecule called a “competitive absorber” is blended with the tire polymer. Competitive absorbers work by capturing and absorbing UV radiation and converting it to heat which is dissipated harmlessly. All tire manufacturers use the same competitive absorber, carbon black. This is why all tires are black...why tires are not available in designer colors. These absorbers are sacrificial; they expend themselves in performing their function of changing UV to heat. As carbon black loses it’s ability to perform, it turns gray. This is one reason why black tires discolor as they age. To protect from further ozone damage, tire manufacturers add a wax compound to their formulas. Tires flex when they are in motion, causing the wax molecules to migrate to the surface. This forms a protective barrier between the air (ozone and oxygen) and the tire polymer. In the tire trade this is called “blooming”. When tires are parked for extended periods, blooming does not occur and ozone starts attacking the polymer. With UV light and ozone working in concert, the degradation is accelerated, resulting in drying, discoloration and cracking. The best product we know of to retard ozone and UV damage is 303 Aerospace Protectant. A quick spray of 303 Protectant leaves tires looking great and protects them with the equivalent of an SPF 40 sunscreen.
Q:Correct tire pressure?
Your husband is wrong. 28 is the vehicle manufacturers recommendation based on the load of the vehicle (some cars weigh more some less). The 45 on the sidewall is the maximum the tire can sustain; that's the worst possible thing you can do with tires. Overinflation can cause blowouts and also make it easier to puncture tires. The highest inflation psi on your vehicle should be around 30 at an overinflated psi (for better HIGHWAY driving mileage).
Q:After the car tires fill, can not use?
Usually checked by a professional tire dealer before deciding whether or not to repair. If it is a normal patch range, you can continue to use

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