Passager Car Radial Tyre 175/65R 14 LY966

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Size:175/65R 14 LY966

Application:The tyre used to Passager Car

Pattern Characteristic:

1,Asymmetric pattern design reduce the noise when running

2,The irregular block provides more stability and best grip power while tuming

3,Enhanced rib on the shoulder can avoide the asymmetric wear greatlly

4,Three straight lines in the middle provide the best water drainage and the keystone block pattern an prevent the stone into the pattern.

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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:Toyota Prius tires?
The Prius uses similar tires as other cars -- and just like many other cars, the tires that the manufacturer ships them with are only so-so. When it comes time to replace the first set, there's plenty to choose from, pick what you like. The story gets a bit more complicated for the earlier Prius (model year 2003 and earlier), as the original tires were classified as "Extra Load" (XL) and are size 175/65R14. There's not a whole lot of XL-rated tires in that size, so you either have to get slightly larger tires to meet the load rating, or get the exact same tires as originally shipped with the car, or choose to get non-XL tires. The published weight of the Prius doesn't actually mandate XL-capable tires, but it's close, so that's probably why Toyota spec'd them in the first place. Using non-XL tires, but keeping close watch on the pressure, should be fine. (For people that don't know, keeping more pressure in the tire allows it to support more weight. Obviously you should never exceed the tire's upper pressure limit (measured when the tire is cold) as shown on the sidewall though.)
Q:Car tires with 2 years have a drum package, and with four tires all change it?
Should be the whole filter.
Q:Where to change the tires?
Buy tires online @ Tirerack, and have your mechanic install for you.
Q:15 to 16 tires of car tires, is it in.
Is in inches. 55: called flattening of tires, meaning: the ratio of the sidewall height (tire wall) to the tire width is 55%; the ratio of the sidewall height to the tire width is 55% R: steel radial tires, 15: the diameter of the hub is 15 inches.
Q:Car tires no gas, but also open it?
Tire is one of the important parts of the car, it is directly with the road contact, and the car suspension to ease the impact of car driving, to ensure that the car has a good ride comfort and ride comfort; to ensure a good wheel and road The adhesion of the car, improve the car's traction, braking and through; bear the weight of the car, the tire in the car played an important role in more and more people's attention.
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: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 should I go by for filling up my tires?
Go by the trunk sticker.
Q:Tire Fitting Question?
The tires will fit your rims, but will be a little taller. if you want to know what those #'s and letters mean, the P indicates the tire is meant for normal passenger car or truck use. The 235 is the width of the tire, in mm, measured from one bead to the other at the point where the tire meets the rim. The 75 (or 70) is the height of the sidewall, expressed as a percentage of the tires width (235/75 means the height of the sidewall is 176.25mm) The R indicates that the tire is a radial, and the 15 means a 15 inch wheel. So go ahead and try the tires, just make sure to turn the wheels all the way in both directions to see if the tires hit anything BEFORE driving the car.

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