Passager Car Radial Tyre 205/50ZR16 LY266

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Size: 205/50ZR16 LY266

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 are the composition of a tire black?
Tires are surprisingly complex. I'm not sure exactly what you are asking in the question. Specifically, the black in tires is carbon black (i.e. soot!) that has been mixed into the rubber during processing. This is done to give the rubber additional strength and to lower costs. (This is known as rubber compounding). The rubber used in tires if I remember correctly is usually a blend with a major part natural rubber. When the tire is assembled the rubber will be cured (usually with sulphur + accelerators and high temperatures). Tires also usually have fabric plies and steel inserts for additional strength and durability.
Q:The working steps of the balancing machine for automobile tires
The specific operation steps of the tire balancing machine are as follows: 1. Clear the soil, stone and old balance block on the wheel to be measured. 2. Check the tire pressure as necessary. 3. Select the cone according to the size of the center hole of the rim , Carefully tighten the wheel and tighten it with a large pitch nut. 4. Turn on the wheel balance machine power switch and check that the panel indicating the control unit is indicated correctly. 5. Measure the rim width L, rim diameter D (also from And the A, D, and L values ​​are used to indicate the distance between the rim of the rim and the distance from the chassis, and then use the key or selector knob to align the measured values. 6 Put down the wheel guard, press the start button, wheel rotation, balance test start, automatic acquisition of data. 7 wheel automatically stops or hear "DI" sound After pressing the stop key and manipulate the brake device to stop the wheel, read the wheel inside and outside the unbalanced and unbalanced position from the pointing device. 8 Lift the wheel guard and slowly turn the wheel by hand. The rotation is stopped when the pointing device is instructed (sound, indicator light, brake, display dot matrix or display detection data, etc.). The weight of the side counter is displayed on the inside of the rim or the upper portion (clock 12 o'clock position) of the rim. Inside and outside with separate, balanced block card to be strong. 9 After installing the balance block, it is possible to create a new imbalance, and then re-balance the training until the unbalanced amount of <5g (0.3oz), indicating that the device shows "00" or "OK" to be satisfied. When the amount of imbalance is about 10G or so, if you can move along the rim edge of the balance block a certain angle, will be able to obtain satisfactory results. Practical experience, the faster the balance. 10 end of the test, turn off the power switch.
Q:tires - Harley Davidson - bridgestone spitfire tires or whats good ?
Bridgestone makes some good tires these days, but you're looking at bottom-of-the-line models. Go for Metzelers. They have an excellent combination of handling, grip and wear characteristics. You shouldn't have any problem with 8,000 miles from the front, but that's a lot of miles to ask from a rear tire on a 1200 Sportster. Harleys are not particularly easy on rear tires, both because of the power pulses of a V-twin and the rearward weight bias of cruisers. You might get it if you're ALWAYS easy on the gas, but what fun would that be?
Q:are rotalla tires good?
Never heard of them. You can decide for yourself by looking at the DOT ratings on the tire. There are three: 1. Tread-wear - This is a number that determines the longevity of the tire. A lower number like 260-350 indicates a softer tire that will grip better than a harder tire, but not last as long. If you prefer sporty tires, get something with a low number, if you want them to last, go with a higher number (400+) 2. Traction - This is a rating of the tire's ability to keep traction on a wet road. AA is the best rating followed by A then B. If you live somewhere where it rains a lot, you'll want a AA rated tire. If you live somewhere dry, you can get away with an A rated tire, I wouldn't buy a B rated tire for safety reasons. 3. Temperature - This is the tire's ability to perform in high temperatures, A is best followed by B. I would only buy an A rated tire because heat is very destructive to tires. There are also speed ratings and load ratings etc, but you can get a good idea of what kind of tire you're getting by understanding the three main ratings listed above. Hope this helps.
Q:What is the effect of the tires on the car tires?
Look at it, you will find the car tires have such a pattern. This is not to look good, but to ensure the safety of vehicles driving. Why do you say this way? If the car is only on a very dry road, the tires do not pattern is also very safe. Can be a rainy day, no pattern tires are easy to slip, this is because there is a thin layer of water film between the road and the tires, water film to reduce the friction between the tire and the road. At this time, the car will be staggered to open up, would like to stop but not stop. If the tires are patterned, the water will drain from the groove of the pattern, and the tires and the ground are still tightly attached together, so it is not easy to slip. Vehicles in the city, tires on the pattern are generally straight jagged, it can help eliminate the car when the noise emitted. In the field of vehicles, tires on the pattern is deep and wide, can be tightly "bite" live on the ground, even in the snow, not easy to slip.
Q:What is the meaning of H on car tires?
Speed level code, H is your car up to 210KM up to every time
Q:Car tires no gas, but also open it?
Tires are not recommended to continue driving at low pressure.
Q:Tire Fitting Question?
these two tyres are of slightly differing sizes. they can be used, but just make sure that the same size tyres are on the same axle, front or rear. the difference is in the rolling diameter of the tyre, hence the /75R compared to /70R. it is a minor difference but different all the same
Q:What is a TUBELESS TIRE???
yes thats what it means... most cars and truck have been that way for 25 yrs and more.. only a few tires have tubes now days and not many cars or trucks will have them at all been a tire guy 25 yrs
Q:How to prevent car tire puncture?
Puncture the formation of two major factors First, the tire wire fracture Second, the tire heat is too high Targeted attention Tire often check, especially the sidewall wall of the thinnest main road teeth teeth cut rubbing long-distance concern tire pressure stability, high-speed service area parking check Look at the tire, you can try to balance the temperature by hand. Regular professional tire shop inspection, do not expire service is king

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