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:What are the differences between 91V and 91W on car tires?
W and V are the ultimate speed of the tire; that is, the speed of the tire is extremely high, the speed is that a tire running critical speed: that is, if the tire speed exceeds this speed will be prone to puncture risk. V represents 240 km / h (high performance sports car); W stands for 270 km / h (GT sports car)
Q:tires - Harley Davidson - bridgestone spitfire tires or whats good ?
I would be cautious of cheap tires ,my sportster came with Dunlop's and when it came time to replace I went with the Metzler M880 Marathon's they were a better tire in all riding conditions over the Dunlop's ,currently I have Avon Venoms on it and thats all I put on my bike anymore I found them to be a lot better then the Metzlers, both of these brands will give you around 8,000 miles on a set ,however the Dunlops will give you around 12,000 miles I just didn't like how they handled in the rain compared to the Avons and the Metzler's which handle a lot better
Q:Soft vs hard compound tyres?
I do not know anything about mood tires. M+S means "MUD and snow". Most all season radials are marked M+S and can be used year-round. Tires that are usable only in the summer may last longer, because of the harder rubber, but it might not be worth the time that it takes to change the tires twice a year.
Q:What is the profit of the car tire shop?
At present, China has an annual output of more than 160 million tires, production ranks second in the world, higher capacity, has reached 200 million, close to the world. There will be a new waste every year, China has more than 100 million tires scrapped, scrapped tires do not use, not only cause waste of resources, and hundreds of years will not be bad, will inevitably lead to environmental "black pollution" is not conducive to sustainability development of. In China, the disposal of waste tires, mainly used for the production of recycled rubber, its annual output has more than one million tons. But because of its poor quality reuse, and the need for desulfurization caused by secondary pollution. Followed by the production of powder, the current annual output of 50,000 tons (capacity up to 300,000 tons), has been greater than the sales, the market capacity is limited, yet to be secondary development. The two, in terms of its economic efficiency, failed to maximize the effectiveness of its comprehensive utilization of resources, with the international first renovation, after the scrapped, incompatible. Europe and the United States and other developed countries, as early as 70-80 years began to waste tires sorting treatment methods, the old tires used as refurbished, up to 5-6 times, waste tire production powder (mainly used for paving). Saving (less than 60% of the new tires and close to the new tires). Especially the reuse of resources and the protection of the environment, can greatly reduce the amount of waste tire production.
Q:Car tires no gas, but also open it?
Do not open the wheel, you can help insurance, or temporary inflatable, if not much leakage, you can open to the repair shop
Q:Car tires with 2 years have a drum package, and with four tires all change it?
Should be the whole filter.
Q:General trolley ordinary car tires were punctured can continue to open it, up to how far can run?
General car after the quench is basically not open, such as continue to open, not only to the tire, the vehicle damage is self-evident, will not change called 4S point rescue service
Q:balloon tires?
I have an Electra Straight 8 with the 3 wide tires and they eliminate the vibrations that one would feel from road irregularities. However these are the only tires I have ever had on it. I switch from 2" balloons and 1" racing tires on my recumbent bike and I have noticed these differences. The 2" tires allow me to run a lower pressure without damaging rims (around 50psi). If I was to run this low a pressure on the narrower tires the rims would be damaged by any large bumps or rocks I might run over, therefore they must be run at 90psi. The lower air pressure is what gives you a smoother ride. The lower pressure may make your bike slower rolling but unless you actually racing you probably wont notice it. Many riders will ride 100 miles with their tires at 50psi just for the comfort and don't feel slowed at all, some even say they are faster. I really don't see any need to run a tire over 1.5" or 38mm wide if you are riding on the road. The 2"ers I have are nice and comfy, they make feel better when I ride in the winter and may encounter ice but I don't think I will buy tires this wide again. They feel a little squirrelly when I go into a turn at high speed but I have not lost control of the bike yet. I would recommend that if your tires are 1.5"(38mm) or larger you can probably ride safely at 50psi (check the sidewall to be sure). This will make your bike ride smoother and give you more traction.
Q:Tyres Technical construction?
Tyres have been in existence since wheel were first manufactured. Iron tyres protected wooden wheels. Railway wheels still have steel tyres for that purpose - you only have to change the tyre when they wear, not the entire wheel. Pneumatic tyres were invented by Robert William Thomson in 1847 but the first practical ones were made by John Boyd Dunlop 40 years later. It is fair to say that John Dunlop was the main pioneer of pneumatic tyres. Robert Thomson was restricted by the lack of suitable rubber and developed solid rubber tyres instead. So he was the pioneer of rubber tyres.
Q:True or False: Your tired?
From a Philosophical as well as a scientific point of view, man should fall sleep by night and arise by the sunshine of sunrise. From a philosophical point of view, the sun gives us everything: time, food, and warmth. Thus one should fall asleep from the loss of it's protection and arise at it's recommencement. Similarly man sleeps during the night and is awake during the day, in other words dead during the night and alive during the day. One who transcends tiredness transcends life as well as death. One can never fully get rid of being tired, as one can never fully get enough rest. Too much rest itself makes the body weak just as too little rest makes the body weak. So measuring how much rest is enough and how tired we truly are is important, and challenging our body to be able to take more work and exhaustion before being compelled to be unbearably tired, to transcend being tired and thus increase one's life potential. This is why some old people die looking young, and other old people of the same age die looking old. So the point is, don't worry about being tired, or how tired someone else is, worry about not being tired, not doing enough for your own survival. As humans are the only creatures that worry about being tired more than survival.

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