OFF THE ROAD BIAS TYRE PATTERN ER360 FOR LOADERS AND DOZERS AND MOTOR GRADERS

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Giant Off the Road Bias tire-E3/L3

Off the road bias tyre for loaders and dozers and motor graders

Greater cut resistance and heat resistance

Different tread compounds for consumers' requirements

Exceptional stability and long tire life

High quality and competitive prices

SizePly RatingTread PatternPattern No.PressureLoading capacity (kg)PressureLoading capacity (kg)O.D of inflationSection widthStandard rimQTY/40'HQ
Speed: 10km/hSpeed: 50km/h(mm)(mm)
33.25-35 TLS38L-3ER3605502800040018000224084527.00/3.515
33.25-29 TLS38L-3ER3605252570040017000209084527.00/3.516

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Q:Is the “Michelin Krylion Carbon Road Tire” a good commuter tyre?
Michelin Krylion is actually a good tire to commute in. It is typically used for competitive training or racing which obtains the lowest amount of punctures. I know numerous commuters that use racing tires that only get a couple flats within thousands of miles. They still aren't puncture proof, just don't forget to bring a pump and a spare tube with you. Some tires you should also look out for are Kevlar tires. Prevents punctures, thorns and etc. Many of the top of the line tires are Kevlar enforced. Also, the TPI. Which is the cord density. Any tire that can get more that 100 TPI is good for me.The Michelin Krylion has 127 TPI so I doubt you will be disappointed. Michelin Krylion should perform well. Ride Safe!!
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:rain tires?
Rain tires are never used on ovals. Even with the best rain tires in the world the speeds are too high and the forces to great to generate any grip on a wet oval.
Q:VW tire replacement affects tire sensor?
Vw Tire Pressure Sensor
Q:mounting thicker than stock tires?
First of all they will fit just fine,- no difference in readings on speedometer! You do not get into speedometer problems till you change circumference of tires! -- All you are doing is putting on a tire that is 10mm wider - this is approximately 3/8 of an inch. Barely perceptible! If using the same wheels. this comes in with different series tires, (#s in middle of specs). For instance if there was also a 55 series tire, the rubber between road and rim would be greater, - making the circumference greater also. A forty series would be less, making circumference less also! There might be a very slight advantage in putting wider ones on back, -should marginally affect handling characteristics, -- but then again it may not even be perceptible, --- if you aren't doing competition driving! Wider tires might give you just a wee better control of break-away of traction in very tight high speed turns! Since the wider rubber has just slightly longer adhesion before skidding (or spinning car out)!
Q:Why did Bridgestone Firestone have a tire recall? 2000.?
They had to many of the tires blow up and they didn't want to be sued any more. I had the recalled tires on my explorer, so I went down and got them replaced, What a mistake I made. The old tires had 137,000 miles on them and they looked brand new. Put on the new ones and at 165,000 miles the tires are junk.
Q:STRATA ZENO tires?
Victoria tire and wheel? I know they use those damn strata zeno tires. No they arent very good quality tires.
Q:change tires get better mileage?
the rolling resistance of the tire will determine the effect on gas milage. rolling resistance will be determined by tread configuration as well as the inner tire construction (how the internal cords are run). Noise will be affected by the hardness of the rubber as well as tread configuration. the tread will also affect the breaking abilities on the street. you may want to get a second set of rims so you can have on road and off road tires mounted at the same time and switch back and forth. you can usually find reasonably priced used rims at a salvage yard.
Q:Dangers of Old Tires?
With tires, you do get what you pay for. I always spent the most money I could afford on tires and shocks. If the tires are old, say older than 10 years, examine them for drying out and excessive wear. I would refrain from high speeds as the excessive heat can result in a possible blowout. Recently, news reports told us that some tires in the warehouses from years ago were displaying symptoms of dry rot ON THE SHELF!. Check with the specific manufacturer by e mail or regular mail (so you have documentation should the need arise). Good luck
Q:Tire Pressure Question?
Lower your tire pressure to the factory recommended pressure. The higher your tire pressure the higher the chance to have a blowout, and the worse tread damage you do to the tire, which also increases the chance of having a tire failure. When you tire pressure is too high then the inside of your tire tread suffers more wear, when your tire is under inflated then the outside of the tire tread will suffer more damage. When you increase the weight in the truck you are increasing the pressure in your tires. All this damage is cumulative and eventually it will create a tire failure. You have been pushing your luck for a while now. It is true that you get better gas mileage with higher tire pressures, but it isn't worth the risk of having to repair or replace the tire and side blowouts cannot be fixed. Another danger you are suffering that you don't realize is that you are putting less tire tread on the road and so you have less control, in a rainy or other slick road condition you have a greater chance of losing control and causing an accident. Since you have been doing this for a while your chance of getting into an accident is only increasing.

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