Passager Car Radial Tyre 165/65R13 LY166

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Size:165/65R13 LY166

Application:The tyre is used to Passager Car.

Pattern Characteristic:

1,Shark Fin Tread Pattern

2,The six horizontal steps equally distributed can effectively decomposs the pumping noise source,reduce noise,greatly promote the rigidity between the tread pattern blocks and eliminate sundries in the grooce.

3,Split Tyre Shoulder Block Design

4,Small Knurl Design on Side Wall of Groove

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Q:What is recommended tire pressure?
60 PSI sounds very high. Your car should have a label inside the drivers door jamb with recommended pressures. If not, look at the side wall of your tire for a maximum number of PSI. You can safely inflate the tire to that maximum pressure.
Q:What is the effect of the tires on the car tires?
Increased roughness with the ground contact surface had a big friction
Q:Tubeless tyres?
Tires might be correct in the United States. Although it was Charles Goodyear who invented vulcanised rubber in 1844, it was John Dunlop, a Scottish vet, who invented the first pneumatic tyre in 1888. Since then, we in Britain spell it Tyre. Whichever way you spell it, it sounds the same so who cares? :-) Tubeless tyres offer several advantages, many of them to do with safety, the rest performance. If you took a heavy rubber basket ball and jammed a nail in it, it would deflate, but relatively slowly. If you jammed a nail in an inflated balloon, however, the balloon would explode. If you think about it, the integrity of your tyre/tire with a tube depended on a millimetre or so (fraction of an inch for our esteemed transatlantic allies) of easily penetrable rubber. Tubeless tyres/tires (can I just spell it the way I was taught in school?), as a previous poster has pointed out, will not explosively deflate instead deflating relatively slowly, allowing the driver to bring his vehicle to a halt before the tyre shreds or leaves the rim at which point, if you were still going at a fair lick, disaster would normally ensue. The other problem with tubed tyres is friction between the tube and the tyre. This generates heat. While most cars pootled about at 50 or so and were rarely driven at sustained high speeds, this wasn't so much of a problem as what heat was generated, could be dissipated. As speeds increased, however, heat generated became quite significant causing an increase in pressure as the air contained within expanded and local, and dramatic failures as hot spots developed. A tubeless tyre does not generate that kind of friction so can run faster. In addition, the lack of friction reduced rolling resistence and the absence of a tube reduced unsprung weight all of which improved performance and economy. Tubed tyres still have their applications, but not for modern, fast road use.
Q:What tires for winter ?
sophisticated subject. look from the search engines. this will help!
Q:How long does the car tire pressure check?
1. Daily tire maintenance, it is recommended to carry out a monthly air pressure check, adjust; 2. Every time on the highway before driving, the need for air pressure inspection, and remove the tread groove trench and other debris, to avoid failure to ensure safety; 3. When the vehicle has a deviation phenomenon, there may be caused by insufficient air pressure, it is recommended to check the air pressure;
Q:After the car tires are broken, what are the methods of tires? What is the principle of each?
1, hot fill: hot fill has been in a very long period of time by the majority of owners welcome, is considered the safest and most reliable tire repair method. 2, mushroom nails: mushroom nail the crown and cold film to play the same, can seal the inner liner; mushroom nail handle can be through the nail hole on the carcass rubber repair. 3, cold fill: cold fill is mainly through the cold film and glue to cover the original airtight layer on the hole, to achieve the purpose of repair. 4, outside the make-up tape: the use of soft tape, this tonic way convenient and quick, but only to repair the smaller hole nail hole; cold fill, the tape will be with the heat with heat and heat, Thereby preventing the gas inside the tire from leaking from the nail hole. 5, tonic inflatable one machine: tire filling machine one machine, you can quickly and easily repair the tire hole problem, especially for those who encountered in the road Zhan tires, but also respect for the jack, do not want to replace the female car owners.
Q:How to look at the size of car tires?
Tire written above
Q:Classification of car tires Class C1, C2, C3, respectively, mean what?
Tire Classification. C1 Car Tire. C2 single tire load index less than or equal to 121, the speed level of N and above the truck tires. C3 single tire load index is less than or equal to 121, the speed level of M and below the tire
Q:Do you really need winter tires?
My local body shop just loves people who say that they don't need snow tires. He gives discounts to people that advertise the fact. Sometimes even pays their deductible and still managed to put two kids through medical school. We put snow tires all round on our 2006 Malibu Maxx this year. The difference over last winter (with all season tires) is phenomenal. I walked my car through 2 to 2 1/2 foot snowdrifts today. If I had been on all season tires I'd not have made it home.
Q:True or False: Your tired?
False...Not now and,NOT this one, but some questions weary me in that they are mis-placed or just a drain due to repetition and people posting the same question,in different form/avatar so it is a chore to know what is a question, a troll or an interrogation. lol, anyway, hope you are all on top and energised.

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