Truck tyre flap 1100/1200-20

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Truck tyre flap 1100/1200-20

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Specifications

Weight(kg)

Width   (mm)

500-8

0.5

103

600/700-9

0.65

144

650/750-10

0.65

120

700/750/825-12

1.00

148

650/700/750-15

1.11

168

825/28*9-15

1.11

168

650/700-16

1.15

160

750/825-16

1.30

177

20.5/70/16/70-16

2.50

236

700/750/825-20

1.85

175

900/1000-20

2.45

212

1100/1200-20

2.70

212

1300/1400-20

3.70

230

16/70-20

4.60

260

1200-24

3.80

230

1400/1300/16/70-24

4.80

260

15.5/17.5-25

6.70

370

20.5-25

9.20

428

23.5-25

10.60

505

26.5-25

11.00

500



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Q:where to change tires?
Where To Change Tires
Q:What is the difference between snow tires?
Snow tires have nail looking things coming out of the thread area and should only be used on ice and snow conditions. You can use the regular tires and just use snow chains that can be installed and removed very easily when needed. This way there is no need to keep switching the tires/wheels when you have to drive in ice/snow conditions. Snow chains come in different style and materials. Go down to the local VW dealer and see what they are selling and how much it costs. Then search on the internet for the best price. Sometimes the dealer price is not that much different. Remember, always use approved VW parts for the least amount of problem.
Q:Tire pressure?
here is the deal the car manufature designes the car and rates it for normal driving conditions as long as your normal this will be ok some times the dealer is wrong ie the ford explorer famos for the tires going bad yes the tires were defective however the problem was made worse bu the low tire presure causing higher heat lower presure causes heat buildup in the tire now to much presure will give you a stiffer ride low profile tires require a higher presure so the tire wont flex around curves or when you hit a chuck hole if you cary extra weight like i do you need extra presure i run 50 psi in the rear and 45 psi in the front to get the ride i need tire presure always increases when its hot so if you max out when cold you may be to much warm so i would stick with manufacture persure unless you alter something like addtng low profile tires thain i would go with manufacture presure ,,or,, tire max presure - 5 psi wichever is the highest
Q:What are the car tires?
Level refers to the tire rubber layer of the number of layers of the car, and the actual number of ply is not exactly the same, is an important indicator of tire strength. Level with the Chinese logo, such as 12 levels; with the English logo, such as "14P.R" that is 14 levels.
Q:Detailed specifications for car tires.
Usually the car tire size logo is *** / ** R ** * part is the number. (For example: 205 / 55R16 94H)
Q:balloon tires?
I have an Electra Straight 8 with the 3 wide tires and they eliminate the vibrations that one would feel from road irregularities. However these are the only tires I have ever had on it. I switch from 2" balloons and 1" racing tires on my recumbent bike and I have noticed these differences. The 2" tires allow me to run a lower pressure without damaging rims (around 50psi). If I was to run this low a pressure on the narrower tires the rims would be damaged by any large bumps or rocks I might run over, therefore they must be run at 90psi. The lower air pressure is what gives you a smoother ride. The lower pressure may make your bike slower rolling but unless you actually racing you probably wont notice it. Many riders will ride 100 miles with their tires at 50psi just for the comfort and don't feel slowed at all, some even say they are faster. I really don't see any need to run a tire over 1.5" or 38mm wide if you are riding on the road. The 2"ers I have are nice and comfy, they make feel better when I ride in the winter and may encounter ice but I don't think I will buy tires this wide again. They feel a little squirrelly when I go into a turn at high speed but I have not lost control of the bike yet. I would recommend that if your tires are 1.5"(38mm) or larger you can probably ride safely at 50psi (check the sidewall to be sure). This will make your bike ride smoother and give you more traction.
Q:How do I read my tires?
The 205 means the tire is 205 MM wide, the 55 means the tire from the rim to the ground is 55% of 205 or 112.75 MM tall, the R stands for radial, the 16 is the rim diamater, I don't know what the 91 is but the H is the tires speed rating, which means the tire is built to sustain 120 MPH for an extended period of time.
Q:Do tires have to black?
Automotive tires are made to look black. A substance known as "carbon black" is added to the rubber to make it black. Have you ever seen "gum rubber" or latex rubber? This color is the natural color of non-synthetic rubber.
Q:what is radial tyres?
There are two types of TIRES.The first is called Bias ply tires,the other is radial.Bias ply are wht they used to put on cars in the 50's..Radial tires are what most cars used today..Radial tires are called that because of the way the tread wraps around the edge of the tire.Radial tires make your car turn better at higher speeds,and give you a smoother ride..If you car was designed to have radial tires and you put Bias py on them, it will not handle as good and could cause an accident.
Q:On the tire tire pressure detection on car tire pressure
Each car has a tire pressure standard chart at the door or in the tank cover. Detection with barometer. In the high-end cars have tire pressure sensor, can display in the instrument

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