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Q:What does car tires 84H and 86H mean?
84,86 and other digital parts is the load factor, but also a tire wearing capacity, 84 to 500 kg, 86 to 530 kg. H and other letters part of the speed mark, H can be used 210km / h.
Q:Does the car tire add fuel
Surely there is no direct relationship between tires and fuel consumption. 1: the car's fuel consumption is related to the power of the engine, the greater the power the greater the fuel consumption. 2: Tire to increase the words, friction, commonly known as increased grip rescue, so the tire is not easy to idle. 3: tires can only be widened can not be increased, high-speed uniform speed running faster than suddenly
Q:Tire Pressure Question?
The tire manufacturer and the truck manufacturer both recommend tire pressures. The tire manufacturer will have it printed on the side wall, while the truck manufacturer will have it printed on the inside of the drivers door pillar or just refer to the owners manual.As long as you are going with the size tire that the truck manufacturer recommends,use the tire pressure that they print.That tire that they recommend is also the tire that corresponds to the allowable weight that the truck will haul.If you are using a tire other than the truck manufacturer allows,use the pressure printed on the tire.
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:How much air is the car tires?
The tires of car tires are generally between 2.2 and 2.8 bar. The standard air pressure of a car tire can usually be found in the following: vehicle user manual, cab door (near the B pillar) next to the label, the vehicle driver's seat next to the drawer, fuel tank door.
Q:Will you master, car tires to add a few pressure is generally the best pressure
2.2--2.5 within this range
Q:Used Racing tires.?
These may be hard to come by. Tires for teams in Le Mans are leased rather than purchased by teams (teams themselves never see the inner construction, wheels are given to the tire company reps on site which then mount the tires and deliver them back to the team in the paddock). Once used, tires are returned to the teams. While F1 tires are now "spec," they are still handled in much the same way as mentioned above. All tires are individually serialized, tracked, and returned to Bridgestone after use (or the race/test if the tire is not used). I am not sure about IRL Tires as I am not as familiar with the specific tires used here. But if it is similar to what CART used to do, these are just basic slicks... if you go to a race you can often just ask a crew member for a worn out tire if you have paddock access. Your best bet, for decorative purposes, would be to contact a reseller of used racing tires (just basic cantilevered slicks), and see about buying some with very little tread (or ask for a lead to buy some worn out tires from a team... they should have this kind of info since they are most likely buying scrubbed tires from here in order to resell them). Your chances of getting this kind of tire is high, while anything from the top flight of motorsports will be very unlikely.
Q:Does anyone know why a tire is called a tire?
they wanted to call it a pizza but that name was already taken.
Q:What are the tires for car tires?
Car tires are the main material of rubber, constitute the strength of the soft steel wire, in the past, due to technical reasons, the strength of the winding lines are used nylon line. In order to improve the carrying capacity, often the nylon line to do a lot of layers. Now do not, as long as the adjustment of the wire on it.
Q:How does car tires save?
Tire storage conditions: All tires according to national standards should be stored in ventilated, clean, cool and dry room, room temperature -10 ℃ - +30 ℃, relative humidity 50% -80% is appropriate.

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