OFF THE ROAD RADIAL TYRE PATTERN RGE4A FOR RIGID DUMPER OF LIEBHERR KAMATSU

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All Steel Radial Giant OTR Tires

All Steel Radial Giant OTR Tires for Dump Trucks.

40.00R57 36.00R51 and 33.00R51 available

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SizeTypePatternO.W.of inflationO.D.of inflationStar ratingMax SpeedLoading capacityInflation pressureStandard rimTread depthQTY/40'OT
(mm)(mm)(km/h)(kg)(kPa)(mm)
36.00R51E-4RGE4A3233988★★504625070026.00/5.0826
33.00R51E-4RGE4A3061894★★503875070024.00/5.0766
30.00R51E-4RGE4A2904823★★503350070022.00/4.5706

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Q:How does the car tires change?
Because the weight of the body is not evenly distributed on the four tires, often transposition absolutely help to ensure uniform wear of the tire, thereby extending the tire life. Usually the front-wheel drive vehicle should be transposed every 8,000 km, while the four-wheel drive vehicle needs to be transposed every 6,000 km. The first time the tire is tilted, the tire's inflation pressure must follow the manufacturer's recommendations.
Q:What does the car tire V mean?
Indicates the speed level of the tire. V can not exceed 240km / h, there are other speed grades: Q: 160km / h, R: 170km / h, S: 180km / h, T: 190km / h; H: 210km / h; W: 270km / H; Y: 300km / h; Z: ZR speed is higher than 240km / h
Q:Tire car tire model stands for what
195 / 55R18 85V indicates the specifications of the tires. 195: cross-section width (mm) 55: aspect ratio of 55% R: R = radial tire structure 18: rim diameter 18 inches 85: indicates the load index (this index corresponds to the load capacity of 515kg) V: that the highest The speed should not exceed 240KM / H
Q:What tools do I need to change my car tires?
After all the preparations are ready, you can start the first step: the removal of tires. In the demolition of tires to pay attention to is not to use the jack to lift the car up, you should first use the socket wrench to the tire fixing screw in accordance with the diagonal order loose, and then use the jack to lift the vehicle stand up. If you lift the car first, you will find that you can not remove the fixing screw because there is no force. Remove the fixed wheel screws to pay attention to the direction of force: counterclockwise for the loose; clockwise direction to tighten. In addition, because the screws of the fixed wheels are tightened, we can use the power of the body. After loosening the screws one by one, we can use the jack to raise the vehicle locally. Use the jack to pay attention to: both sides of the car are placed on both sides of the jack slot, and must put the jack on the card slot, to avoid accidents. Jack after the support, will be loosened screw in turn easily removed, then you can win the tire as a whole, which means that the tire was successfully completed.
Q:Chinese car tires which brand the best
Michelin and Bridgestone, resulting in increased braking distance
Q:Tires For Aircraft Descriptions?
Most airplane tires are not rated for mud snow.
Q:Do tires have to black?
production-wise, I would assume that there are less chemicals, dyes and expense involved when keeping vehicle tires black. I HAVE, however seen bicycle tires that are green, orange and blue... this might have something to do with the hardness of the rubber and the process of producing that hardness. Blue and orange were on competitive mountain bike wheels that were on fairly loose soil and a softer rubber allowed a better "bite" on the surface. Just an educated guess, hope it helps a little.
Q:what is radial tyres?
As far as I know all tyres are now radial tyres. Radial tyres can be tubeless or have an innertube, but tyre technology has advanced to a point that you don't need an innertube any more.
Q:Somebody that knows about car tires?
Decoding a tire sidewall: The first letter (in your case, probably a "P") represents a "passenger" vehicle (car) tire. The first number, the "225" is the width of the tire at its widest point in millimeters, when mounted on the correct size wheel. The second number, the 45, is the ASPECT RATIO between the height of the sidewall and the width of the tire. In this case, the height of the tire's sidewall is 45% of the width of the tire. The lower this number, the lower the profile of the tire. As an example, the sidewall height ratio for a regular passenger car tire is around 70-85, meaning the height of the sidewall is 70% to 85% the width of the tire. (So, if your tire is 225 mm wide, the sidewall will be 45% of that high, or 101.25 mm high.) The "r" designates a "radial" ply tire. The last number (in your case, 18) indicates the tire will fit onto an 18 inch rim. So, as another poster pointed out, if your tire is a 225/45r18 then you have 18-inch rims.
Q:Can car tires add nitrogen? what is the benefit?
Can go nitrogen gas of course good, but the daily car, not so care about.

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