OFF THE ROAD RADIAL TYRE PATTERN MWS FOR LOADER DOZER GRADER

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Excellent traction capabilities; Long tyre life; Available with either cut-resistance or high-speed capability; High protection in harsh conditions; Designed for trucks.

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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:Tires pressure?
it should say on the tires.... its prolly 35-40lbs on the tire look for parenthesis....in your case it says 33psi so that might be it, look for 33psi on the tire and thats how much u want in overinflation is DANGEROUS underinflation wears your tires more, to much is dangerous..... i just watchd a video on that..... u want to get the exact amount of air, none less or none more
Q:What are the tires of cars?
According to inflatable pressure is divided into: ① high-pressure tires. Inflation pressure is generally 5.5 kg / cm 2 or more, stiffness, poor cushioning performance, has been rarely used. Low pressure tires. Inflation pressure is generally 2 to 5.5 kgf / cm 2. With the strength of the cord and the tire carrying capacity of some tires inflated pressure of more than 5.5 kgf / cm 2, but its buffer performance and low-pressure tires close, is still low-pressure tires. ③ ultra low pressure tires. The inflation pressure is generally less than 2 kgf / cm 2.
Q:Why does Nascar only have one tire manufacturer?
Richard Petty once said nascar was built on competition in everything.He also said at the same time competition in tires and gas is a bad thing for the sport.Different tire manufacturers is horrible it is unsafe,blown tires etc. it also gives a very decisive advantage to teams with the correct tire for the given weekend.I have been a race fan for a long time and different tire manufactures have always been bad to some degree or other. Im not as sure on the gas issue but i imagine that it would open the door to all kinds of race gas shenanigans ie 2007 daytona and mikey waltrips team. one tire one gas is the way to go it keeps everyone on the same playing field.
Q:How to identify the type of car tires
You can buy a car when asked 4s shop people there is usually in the tires will have a number of brands and other information
Q:how is a tyre patched?
Tire Patch: 1. Remove tire/wheel assemble from vehicle, mark tire at valve stem area so that tire can be mounted in same spot so not to require to be balanced 2. Find puncture and remove object, marking location of puncture. 3. Bleed air from tire, then seperatre tire from wheel 4. Clean inside of tire at puncture area, sand smooth. 5. Glue and patch puncture. 6. Replace tire on rim, set bead and fill tire to proper pressure. 7. Mount on vehicle. Start car: 1. Get inside car, insert key into ignition 2. hold brake and clutch (if manual and place in neutral) and turn key to start. 3. Release key, brake and clutch 4. Do whatever you want, drive off, let idle to warm up Change gear: push in clutch, make gear selection, release clutch (more to it than that, but it will make it happen
Q:Buying Used Tires?
check for uneven wear, cracks in the sidewalls, being out of round, wear indicators showing, and price
Q:Car tires fill the leak
Should be to repair the Michelin tires will appear you say the situation. Others rarely appear! After a good repair, just a few minutes on the installed like! Mainly the relationship between the steel wire layer structure of the tire carcass. Tire tied to the nail, the gas will not look down on the end. And then exercise, the role of air pressure, the gas will run from the nail mouth part of the tire carcasses inside the movement, the friction will produce temperature. Gas is more likely to go to the carcass layer with the carcass layer. This is a common problem Michelin. Other brands will have. But rarely very few. What kind of film repair you are the same! This is not a big problem. As long as the repair after a few minutes, so that the pressure to run their own almost like a good. In fact, you do not make up the relationship, this repair is very simple, basically not what technology work. Do not believe you make up do not install, you use a point of lubricant, or a bubble on the tire outside the mouth to try. There must be bubbles. Not inflated on the leak with the repair does not matter (this method is said Michelin. The other will not appear this).
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:How to identify refurbished car tires?
The most common is to observe the color and luster tires, refurbished tire color and gloss are relatively bleak. But also by observing the tread and sidewall overlap parts to identify, refurbished tire tread and sidewall between the overlap as the new tire flat round. Regular new tires after the factory, the tire will be with the outside of the "TWI" or small triangle and other wear logo, and the renovation of the bad tires logo is the paste their own, so the hand to pull the mark, you can identify.

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