Passager Car Radial Tyre P235/6018 LY788

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Size:P235/6018 LY788

Application:The tyre is used to deluxe car

Pattern Characteristic:

1,The strong rib in the middle makes sure the stabllity when runing

2,Samll lug design can reduce the nolse greatly and offer best gripperfomance on wet road conditions

3,Big block on the shoulder offer more stabllity widle turning in high speed the design can bring more fun to driver.

4,Four straight lines offer the good drainage perfomance

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Q:International famous car tire brand?
The first is: France Michelin second is: Japan's Bridgestone third is: the United States Goodyear fourth is: the fifth continent in Germany: Japan's Sumitomo sixth is: Italy Pirelli seventh is: Japan Yokohama eighth is: The United States Cooper ninth is: South Korea Han Tai tenth is: Japan Toyo eleventh: South Korea Kumho tire twelfth: Jia Tong tires thirteenth: Moscow Sibur-RusskieShiny fourteenth: China Triangle Group
Q:Use of radial tires in bikes ?
Radial okorder.com/facts_7282439_bias-v... Seriously...you could have googled this yourself. Seems pretty obvious by your previous questions you are oblivious to ANY knowledge of tires... BTW....an answer to one of your previous questions.....The MAJOR use for recycled tires in the US is for rubberized asphalt for roads. I get paid to pick up and dispose of used tires from tire shops. I take them to a recycling facility where they are chopped up, the steel belts are separated and recycled and then the rubber pieces and ground up into "crumbs" that are used to make rubberized asphalt for roads...... swm.maricopa.gov/waste-tire.htm
Q:Flat Tire? sound funny ?
Yes. A flat (or low pressure) front tyre will also tend to make your steering heavy on one side. This might not be so noticeable with power-steering, but it will feel 'funny'. Rear tyres do not give the same feel because they are not (usually) part of your steering. Either way, you need to check your tyres. First thing to do is, after checking your car's tyres visually for a flat, drive SLOWLY to your nearest garage and check your tyre pressure on all four tyres with the air hose. Just about all cars run about 30 psi / 200 kpa. The gauge is attached to the end of the the air hose. You should check your tyre pressure at least once a month. Driving on a flat tyre will ruin it. Check the spare while you're at it. If you find you have one tyre significantly low in pressure compared to the others, you probably have a slow leak. Check that tyre for any damage or nails, screws, etc showing in the tread area. If you find anything that shouldn't be there, you've probably found you problem. Get it fixed at a tyre shop. If you find nothing, when your tyre pressures are right, go for a drive. If you cannot get to 100 kmh without the problem re-appearing, take it to a tyre centre first and get their advice. Best of luck. ;-)
Q:Chinese car tires which brand the best
Michelin tires are of good quality and now many cars are used. Such as Bora
Q:Car tire burst, car tire repair can also be used? Will it be broken soon?
Of course can be used, just a little dangerou
Q:Kuhmo tires?
Kuhmo doesn't make the ultimate tire for any application. They do however tend to make more tire for the money than anyone else. Kuhmo's are usually better than anything else in their price range - except for their light truck and SUV tires, which I am not fond of. The Ecsta ASX, SPT, Solus KR-21 and KH-16 are all good values.
Q:Car tire oil seal
As the dust adheres to the release bearing seat, the sliding between the bearing housing and the shaft end cap will stuck, resulting in a tread of the clutch pedal, and the return of the release bearing will also slow down, and will accelerate the separation of the bearing and the separation lever Wear. In the straw road running, the separation of the bearing and separation of the lever may be wrapped around the straw, resulting in bearing and other mechanical damage.
Q:Does siping your tires really work?
www.okorder.com/. Be aware it will void the warranty on your tires. Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. does not recommend that passenger tires be siped, because the tread depth and the tire body are not designed for siping. But yes, it does work.
Q:Tires size?
The car manufacturer fitted the best size for the car. Wider tires use more fuel and may even foul the underside on full lock. So you should stick to the original size as no advantage will be gained.
Q:Summer Performance Tires?
As an issue of performance, you would not replace one tire. And upgading one tire will not give you any benefit. Your tires are the only thing that actually touch the road. They are the limiting factor in every area of your car's performance. Performance oriented driving is, in the simplest terms, about managing the balance and weight transfer between the four tires. Nothing more nothing less (and the practice is anything but easy). So, if you have four performance tires, you have predictable grip at each corner that will change as the car accelerates (transfer weight and grip to the rear), brakes (transfers weight and grip to the front), or corners (transfers weight and grip to the outside... and conversely to each of these brings less grip opposite). With performance tires, this means that when one wears out, if the others are already worn, then it's time to replace all four (as the new tire will behave significantly different than the other 3)... and that is if all three are the same tire! What you are planning to do would just be to introduce an unpredictable handling element to the car. If your other three tires are mostly new, or you simply cannot get four tires, the best bang for the buck is to get the same tire you already have. As for the TA KDW, it is an ok performance tire. The older TA KD was much superior, but even this tire more than shows it's age and will not keep up with the current generation of high performance tires (which also tend to last longer and provide more comfort at lower noise levels... although these elements will always be compromised in a performance tire).

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