Passager Car Radial Tyre 175/70R 14 LY966

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Size:175/70R 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:What is the difference between UST tires and tubed tires?
Tubeless tires have a different compound to enable capturing the air. Changing from tubed to UST can be VERY expensive: If you have single wall rims I would forget it as double wall stuff is required. Here's how to do it: 1) Purchase UST rim strips (about $40 EACH), UST tires (about $50 EACH), and sealant; 2) Remove the old tire, tube, and rim strip; 3) Install the new rim strips making sure it seals; 4) Install the new tire and place the wheel on a truing stand; 5) Unseat a small section of tire and pour in the correct amount of sealant then reinstall the tire; 6) Fill the tire with a high pressure burst, using a luggage hold down strap to go around the tire until it seats. Note that it WILL leak and WILL spew sealant- the amount spewed will depend on how careful you are; 7) Once the tire seats, fill it to approximately 35 psi and rotate the wheel slowly for a few minutes until you can no longer percieve air leaking; 8) Let the wheel sit off the bike for 24 hours and check pressure again. If the pressure remained steady inflate to desired pressure. 9) Plan to do this each time you have to dismount the tire (sans the rim strip) and about 3 additional times per riding season. Yucko.
Q:Chaoyang car tires good?
A few days ago, consumer advocates played a group of domestic and international tire Competition, as if it is Chaoyang tire SA37 series win foreign brands tires. The quality of domestic tires is good, that is fine with rice fat compared to almost a little bit. But does not affect safety. Cost-effective.
Q:Low tire pressure?
Low tire pressure will effect the safety and fuel efficiency of your car. Although the tires may not look like the pressure is low the only way to know for sure is to use a tire gauge and check. If a tire looks low than it is WAY too low and dangerous to drive on. Technically you can still drive a car with low tire pressure but it is bad for the car and the tires. The tires will wear out incorrectly which means you'll have to replace them sooner or could cause a blow-out. The car also has to burn more fuel when the tire pressure is low so it costs you more at the pump. If you do not want to fill the tires yourself take your car to a garage or tire store. It will take less than 5 minutes for them to check your tires and fill them for you, they may even be able to teach you how to do it yourself! While you are there make sure to pick up a tire gauge, they are easy to use and by using one you will not have to question your tire pressure any more. The pressure in your tires will naturally change with the weather and temperature so it is good to be able to check and maintain your tire pressure yourself.
Q:What is the gas in the car tires?
Nitrogen
Q:What is the different between car's tire and aircraf's tire ?
car tires cant fly ...hardy har har
Q:Car Tire A / T What does it mean?
Now there are three types: A / T, M / T, H / TA / T is all-terrain, referring to the four-wheel drive tires that can be used on most of the road; M / T stands for Mud-terrain, Refers to mud tiles used in muddy environments; H / T stands for highway-terrain, which refers to tires designed for vehicles traveling on highways
Q:CAN SOME ONE EXPLAIN TIRES?
205 = Tyre width, this is the width of the tyre measured from bead to bead in mm. This is also known as section width, this is the width of an inflated tyre not including lettering or decoration on the side wall. 55 = Aspect ratio, the aspect ratio also known as profile is the height of the side wall in a term of percentage. So therefore a tyre with the aspect ratio/ profile of 55 is a tyre who height is 55% of its width. 16 = Wheel diameter, 16” would be the wheel diameter that the tyre has been made to fit and is measured in inches. 91 = Load index 91 is a number that equates to a load index which is what weight the tyre can carry. It is important to choose the same load rating or go higher please see table for weights. V = Alphabetical code for speed In this instance the v means the tyre is rated to travel at speeds of upto 149mph/240kmh. Again when choosing new tyres the speed symbol must be the same or higher please see the table for speeds.
Q:tires - Harley Davidson - bridgestone spitfire tires or whats good ?
stock 07 softail classic, got 10k from the back Dunlop. Fellow rider recommended Metzler for replacement. have 6k on and looking really good, found it to be a better handling tire. Suggest Mezler for your Sporty. Got mine at Wheelworks in Garden Grove, CA. Cycle Gear another source.
Q:Tyre pressure help?no manual?
Kelly, tire pressures are not "by the book" in real life. the numbers stamped on the sidewall of your tire are most often max readings to safely use in them. These numbers are determined by a specific weight of vehicle carrying a specific weight. as an example a pick up truck may have a tire stamped with 55 lbs cold@ 36000 lbs. This means when the truck is parked and checked in the morning it should have no more than 55 lbs with a load in the bed of 3600 lbs. Generally a 5 pound less number works well. 55 lbs at 50 cold. A tire run too low in air will become much hotter when rolling down the road. this is often the reason a tire blows out. The rubber compound gets too hot and ruptures more easily. a well inflated tire mat resist a blow out when it hits a sharp rock in the road and a nearly flat tire will burst from it. But is this all? NO Tires are only the same shape and that's nearly it! A tire size can be found in a model for very light cars, medium weight cars and light trucks. The weight of the car is important to the working of the tire. A lot of weight on a kids bike either blows the tire or flattens it to the rim and breaks the bead. the opposite can occur. to little weight on a tire meant for weight and the side walls don't curl and flex enough. the riders feels every piece of a rough road as does the suspension as it begins to wear out. The federal government sets rules for tire makers because your life depends on the tire being right.
Q:What is the difference between a car tire and an ordinary car tire model?
Thicker tires should be said that the tire tread is very wide, and the tire bead (outside diameter) and tread distance is very small or the tire looks very flat. In fact, the tire benefits are: to increase the contact area with the ground, the vehicle in the driving speed forklift and other reactions more quickly and smoothly, while the vehicle fuel to rise, the use of such tires are mostly high-end cars or sports car.

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