OFF THE ROAD RADIAL TYRE PATTERN BGZN FOR CRANES

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Q:Tyre pressure help?no manual?
Kelly, tire pressures are not "by the book" in real life. the numbers stamped on the sidewall of your tire are most often max readings to safely use in them. These numbers are determined by a specific weight of vehicle carrying a specific weight. as an example a pick up truck may have a tire stamped with 55 lbs cold@ 36000 lbs. This means when the truck is parked and checked in the morning it should have no more than 55 lbs with a load in the bed of 3600 lbs. Generally a 5 pound less number works well. 55 lbs at 50 cold. A tire run too low in air will become much hotter when rolling down the road. this is often the reason a tire blows out. The rubber compound gets too hot and ruptures more easily. a well inflated tire mat resist a blow out when it hits a sharp rock in the road and a nearly flat tire will burst from it. But is this all? NO Tires are only the same shape and that's nearly it! A tire size can be found in a model for very light cars, medium weight cars and light trucks. The weight of the car is important to the working of the tire. A lot of weight on a kids bike either blows the tire or flattens it to the rim and breaks the bead. the opposite can occur. to little weight on a tire meant for weight and the side walls don't curl and flex enough. the riders feels every piece of a rough road as does the suspension as it begins to wear out. The federal government sets rules for tire makers because your life depends on the tire being right.
Q:Question about tire sizes?
you can put any size on it as long as its 17 inch rim personal preference but keep in mind if you get a different size it will change the mph the spedometer reads and your actuall speed. Also keep the same size on the front or back if two different sizes are on the front and its a front wheel drive vehicle it will damage the transmission
Q:What is the tire company of the car company?
Repair tires for tires
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:Car tires installed when anyway
Sure there are ah, you do not install up to the tire screw some also anyway!
Q:Will the car tires go to the safety line?
If the trench groove has a depth of less than or less than 1.6 mm (the tire tread longitudinal straight groove has an indication mark indicating the depth), the tire must be replaced because the tire's drainage capacity has been greatly reduced, Wetlands will be dangerous.
Q:Would you like to ask the car tires, is the screw clockwise or counterclockwise?
Will the car on the left side of the car wheel and the right side of the wheel thread is not the same. The left side of the wheel bolts are common right-hand thread, that is, clockwise rotation of the bolts and nuts for tightening, the left side of the car wheel for a long time to move forward, is counterclockwise rotation, the nut will not loose. The right wheel bolts are not commonly used in the left-hand thread, that is, counter-clockwise rotation of bolts and nuts for tightening, then the right side of the wheel wheel for a long time to move forward, clockwise rotation, making the nut has been tightened state, it is not easy to loose The
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:What does twi mean on car tires?
Tire wear Indicator Tire wear indicator. The tires of the car tires to the mark. According to the wear of the tire to choose the time to change the tire, all tires in the pattern depth of 1.6 mm there are wear marks, where there are wear marks have a small bump, the boss called "tread wear mark" Boss next to the "tread wear mark" abbreviation "TWI", in the normal use of the premise, the tire wear to reach this raised place, it means the need to replace the tires.
Q:Tire question?
"All-season" tires are intended for use in a broad range of climates in rain, dry and "light snow" conditions and from temperatures of around freezing up to 100-deg F. All-season tires are not designed to work in deep snow, ice conditions or very cold temperatures. The only "all-weather" tire on the market is the Nokian WR and the newer WR G2 which is a rare and expensive piece of kit but well worth it. These tires meet U.S. and Canadian standards for severe winter use and thus have the mountain and snowflake symbol on the sidewall. All-season tires don't have that. The WR's while not quite as good in the worst winter conditions as the best dedicated winter-only tires like the Bridgestone Blizzak are infinately better in winter conditions than even the best all-season tires. And unlike dedicated winter-only tires such as the Blizzak the WR's can be left on the vehicle all-year round and provide warm-weather performance comparable to a high-quality all-season tire. This saves the cost and trouble of owning two sets of tires and having to switch them twice a year. I have used these tires myself on one of my vehicles for the last 3 years and can attest to their performance. If you care about winter traction the best option is to have 2 sets of wheels, one shod with a quality performance tire optimized for best performance in warm weather and another with dedicated high-quality winter-only tires. Barring that, a tire like the WR gives superior winter performance to regular all-season tires and while expensive, are still cheaper than 2 sets of tires.

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