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Durability  curing flap

Curing flap is popular with tire retreading factories, with the features of durability, heat-resistance and aging-resistance.

DescriptionSize
CURING FLAP     11.00/12.00R20
8.25/9.00/10.00R20
6.50/7.00/7.50/8.25R16

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MOQ1000pcs
Packing detailBags or cartons, can be customized.
Bulk lead time10-15 days after receiving the deposit or L/C.
Port of loadingXIAMEN port
Terms of paymentT/T, L/C


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Q:Does the car tire add fuel
Fee oil, an increase of 10_15%, see how much you change the tires.
Q:Does anyone know why a tire is called a tire?
The earliest tires were bands of iron (later steel), placed on wooden wheels, used on carts and wagons. The tire would be heated in a forge fire, placed over the wheel and quenched, causing the metal to contract and fit tightly on the wheel. A skilled worker, known as a wheelwright, carried out this work. The outer ring served to "attire" the wheel for use, providing a wear-resistant surface to the perimeter of the wheel. The word "tire" thus emerged as a variant spelling to refer to the metal bands used to dress wheels.[citation needed] Tire is an older spelling than tyre[citation needed], but both were used in the 15th and 16th centuries for a metal tire; tire became the settled spelling in the 17th century. In the UK, tyre was revived in the 19th century for pneumatic tyres, possibly because it was used in some patent documents, though many continued to use tire for the iron variety. The Times newspaper was still using tire as late as 1905.[1] The first practical pneumatic tire was made by the Scot, John Boyd Dunlop, in 1887 for his son's bicycle, in an effort to prevent the headaches his son had while riding on rough roads (Dunlop's patent was later declared invalid because of prior art by fellow Scot Robert William Thomson). Pneumatic tires are made of a flexible elastomer material, such as rubber, with reinforcing materials such as fabric and wire. Tire companies were first started in the early 20th century, and grew in tandem with the auto industry. Today, over 1 billion tires are produced annually, in over 400 tire factories, with the three top tire makers commanding a 60% global market share.[citation needed] [edit] Chronology
Q:Tire Pressure Question?
The tire pressure ratings molded into the sidewall of a tire are the maximum inflation rating "COLD" of that tire at the maximum weight listed on the sidewall. This DOES NOT reflect what the tire may "run" at in operation on the highway. NEVER exceed the maximum pressure or the load rating listed on the sidewall. Yes the tire is capable of handling more than listed but do you really what to bet your life on how much more? If you require more load capability in your tires you will have to pony up for a better rated tire. Just remember, never exceed the vehicles maximum GVWR no matter what the tires are good for. Good Luck
Q:How about a nail in a car tires?
The Vacuum tires, as long as the pull out of the nails in the tires inside with cold on the line, cheap, ten yuan to solve the problem, does not affect the use of some trouble to be used, to use hot fill, and even may cause the tire scrapped.
Q:What is the role of car tires?
The size of the adhesion between the tire and the road depends on the adhesion coefficient between the tire and the road surface. In addition to the value of the attachment and the road conditions, speed and other related, but also with the tread pattern category. Tire wear indicator is not only a guarantee for safe running of the tire, but also as a basis for the normal wear and tear of the inspection tires. When the tire is not normal wear and tear, from the tire wear indicator can be clearly displayed. The United States provides the tire wear limit for the trench groove depth of not less than 1.0mm; Japan provides the car tire wear limit of 1.6mm. China's national standards for cars with radial tire wear limit of 1.6mm, trucks, passenger cars with radial tire wear limit of 2.0mm
Q:About the tire level of the car?
In the installation should pay attention to: the same axle should be equipped with the same specifications, structure, manufacturers, pattern tires
Q:Investment in a car tire shop conditions?
The layout of the workshop is very important to the service quality and speed of the tire service shop. At the beginning of the shop, it is necessary to arrange the four-wheel locator, tire repair equipment or tire disassembly and balancing equipment. For example, four-wheel positioning work is usually inseparable from tire disassembly, tire balancing and vehicle lift inspection, which requires the use of four-wheel locator with tires, tire balers and lifts and other equipment together , To ensure efficient operation in maintenance.
Q:Car tires will not be due to how much weight and the lack of pressure situation
1, the tire load capacity is the upper limit. Please refer to the sideways load index. 2, tire use is a tire pressure conditions. Please refer to the manufacturer's tire pressure recommended value.
Q:What is the cost of buying a car tire?
Production car into the manufacturing costs, sales of cars into the operating expenses, management of vehicles into the management fees.
Q:How do I read my tires?
The 205 means the tire is 205 MM wide, the 55 means the tire from the rim to the ground is 55% of 205 or 112.75 MM tall, the R stands for radial, the 16 is the rim diamater, I don't know what the 91 is but the H is the tires speed rating, which means the tire is built to sustain 120 MPH for an extended period of time.

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