OFF THE ROAD BIAS TYRE PATTERN ER430 FOR LOADERS AND DOZERS

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Giant Off the Road Bias tire-L4

Off the road bias tyre for loaders and dozers

Greater cut resistance and heat resistance

Different tread compounds for consumers' requirements

Exceptional stability and long tire life

High quality and competitive prices

SizePlyPatternMax speedPressureLoading capacityO.D of inflationSection WidthStandard rimTread depthQTY/40'HQ/OT
RatingNo.(km/h)(kPa)(kg)(mm)(mm)(mm)
35/65-33 TLS42ER4301060026500207589028.00/3.55818
35/65-33 TLS36ER4301052523600207589028.00/3.55818
35/65-33 TLS30ER4301042521200207589028.00/3.55818

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Q:Tires Used For Aircraft?
Aircraft tires have to take a lot of shock and are used for short periods of time. Automobile tires have to handle steering and acceleration, aircraft tires don't.
Q:What does the car tires represent above?
For example: 235 / 70R16 235 is the maximum width of the cross section of the tire is 235 mm, 70 is the flat ratio, R is the representative of the radial tire, 16 on behalf of the tire diameter of 16 inches,
Q:What are the tires of cars?
According to the carcass structure is divided into: ① ordinary structural tires. The cords of the ply are laminated in a crossed form, the carcass is strong and the lateral rigidity is good, but the cushioning performance is poor. ② radial tire structure. The cords of the carcass are arranged in the form of meridian, orthogonal to the outer circumference of the tire, and the strength is fully exerted. Radial structure tires than ordinary structural tires rolling resistance is small, good cushioning performance, long mileage.
Q:What is the difference between UST tires and tubed tires?
Tubeless tires have a different compound to enable capturing the air. Changing from tubed to UST can be VERY expensive: If you have single wall rims I would forget it as double wall stuff is required. Here's how to do it: 1) Purchase UST rim strips (about $40 EACH), UST tires (about $50 EACH), and sealant; 2) Remove the old tire, tube, and rim strip; 3) Install the new rim strips making sure it seals; 4) Install the new tire and place the wheel on a truing stand; 5) Unseat a small section of tire and pour in the correct amount of sealant then reinstall the tire; 6) Fill the tire with a high pressure burst, using a luggage hold down strap to go around the tire until it seats. Note that it WILL leak and WILL spew sealant- the amount spewed will depend on how careful you are; 7) Once the tire seats, fill it to approximately 35 psi and rotate the wheel slowly for a few minutes until you can no longer percieve air leaking; 8) Let the wheel sit off the bike for 24 hours and check pressure again. If the pressure remained steady inflate to desired pressure. 9) Plan to do this each time you have to dismount the tire (sans the rim strip) and about 3 additional times per riding season. Yucko.
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:What is the standard for car tires?
The tires are rounded elastomeric rubber products that are grounded on various vehicles or mechanically assembled. Usually installed on a metal rim, can support the body, cushion the impact of the outside world, to achieve contact with the road and to ensure that the vehicle's tire is often used in complex and harsh conditions, it is driving a variety of deformation, load, High and low temperature effect, it must have a high bearing capacity, traction performance, buffer performance. At the same time, also requires high wear resistance and flex resistance, as well as low rolling resistance and heat generation. Half of the world's consumption of rubber for tire production, visible tire consumption of rubber capacity.
Q:What is the meaning of the 91V above the car tires?
V indicates the speed level: the maximum speed of the tire is 240 miles per hour. The old European bead marking system is indicated by 215 / 65HR15. Different English letters indicate different speed levels.
Q:Car tire size 185 / 65R15 what does it mean ah
If you say 185 / 65R15, the tire is a diameter tire, width 185mm (6.5 inches), mounted on the wheel diameter 15 inches (330mm) on the wheel.
Q:Car tires 100w 100y stands for anything
100 represents the load index, the maximum load is 800KgW and Y is the speed level W: 270Km / hY: 300Km / h
Q:tire sizes?
first off the first number is how wide the tire is in millimeters not centimeters. If the tire was 215 centimeters wide that would be like 8 feet wide. second the next number 65 is a measurement of the side walls. once again, this is in millimeters, not centimeters. Like someone else stated this is a percentage of the overall width of the tire as well. the last number is the radius of the tire (the distance around the tire) this is measured in inches. Then there is a letter that comes after the radius which is the speed rating of the tire (the maxinum speed the tire can be saftely traveled on) the higher the letter the higher the speed, example A= very slow Z= very fast. The next size tire is P225/65 R 16 but if I were you I would go with something like a 245/50 R 16 This would look much better, since the middle number is lower your sidewalls will be shorter (i.e. a lower profile tire) This is a much better look for a sports car and all of the top end sports cars have a low profile tire. I own a 04 cobra and run 315/35 R 17 on the back . Your only hold up will be the width of your rims, I think you have 16''x8'' rims so putting 245's on will be no problem. Check with the guys at discount tire, they really do a great job at knowing what tires you are able to put on what cars/rims.

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